Gov. appoints top securities regulator

SANTA FE – An Albuquerque lawyer has been named by Gov. Susana Martinez to serve as New Mexico’s top securities regulator.

The governor’s office has appointed Alan Wilson as director of the Securities Division in the Regulation and Licensing Department. Wilson replaces Daniel Tanaka, who resigned earlier this year.

Wilson operated a private law practice. He received a law degree from the University of New Mexico.

The agency licenses broker-dealers and investment advisers, and investigates securities fraud.


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