David P. Bergers, 45, has been chief of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Boston office since 2006. Last month, he was asked to take a bigger job in Washington, as acting deputy director of enforcement for the agency. He spoke recently with the Globe’s Beth Healy about his record in Boston and his duties at headquarters during this time of transition at the agency.
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