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Carlo di Florio Joins ACA Compliance Group

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Carlo di Florio has joined ACA Compliance as Global Chief Services Officer. He joins from FINRA, where he served as Chief Risk & Strategy Officer and as Co-Chair of the FINRA360 Project Management Office. Prior to joining FINRA, di Florio served as Director of the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations, where he oversaw the National Exam Program from 2010-2013.

His new responsibilities will include oversight, management, and strategic growth of ACA’s global regulatory compliance, cybersecurity and risk, AML and financial crimes, and performance practices. He also will focus on enhancing ACA’s infrastructure and technology for its service-based offerings.

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