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The Securities and Exchange Commission named Charles Boucher chief information officer director in the Office of Information Technology, where he will direct the Commission's information technology program and systems. Boucher was previously an executive director at Morgan Stanley, where he directed all technology audits for infrastructure, including information security and disaster recovery. LifeYield,

The Securities and Exchange Commission named Charles Boucher chief information officer director in the Office of Information Technology, where he will direct the Commission's information technology program and systems. Boucher was previously an executive director at Morgan Stanley, where he directed all technology audits for infrastructure, including information security and disaster recovery.

LifeYield, a financial technology provider to wealth management firms and advisors, announced that Jack Sharry joined the firm as executive vice president, Advanced Wealth Management Solutions.

Smith Barney hired financial advisor John W. Slattery away from UBS. Based in Greenwich, Conn., Slattery has been in the business for 13 years and manages over $500 million in client assets.

Lincoln Financial Group hired Duane Bernt, Tom Faenza and Kevin O'Fee to oversee research and development, project management/strategy and service strategy for its recently created Retirement Income Security Ventures division.

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