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Boston’s SEC chief moves onto national stage

David P. Bergers, the head the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Boston office, was named Thursday as acting deputy director of the regulator’s enforcement division in Washington.

Bergers, 45, became the SEC’s district administrator for the New England area in 2006. He joined the office in 1998 as an enforcement staff attorney, having previously worked as a lawyer in Boston and Philadelphia.

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