Andrew J. Bowden
|Andrew J. Bowden|
|Occupation||Associate Director, National Investment Adviser/Investment Company Examination Program|
|Employer||Securities and Exchange Commission|
Bowden joined the SEC in November 2011, serving as OCIE’s national associate for the Investment Adviser/Investment Company examination program. He was named deputy director of OCIE in September 2012 and became the director of OCIE in June 2013, appointed by SEC Chair Mary Jo White.
Bowden is a former senior vice president for the asset management firm Legg Mason. He worked there for 17 years in a number of roles, including legal, compliance, operations, sales, service, marketing, and corporate governance. He began at Legg Mason in 2003 as deputy general counsel, later taking on the roles of COO and general counsel.
He has also served on the Board of Governors and Executive Committee of the Investment Adviser Association.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, summa cum laude, from Loyola University Maryland and a law degree, cum laude, from The University of Pennsylvania.
- OCIE Director Andrew Bowden to Leave SEC. SEC.
- Andrew J. Bowden Named Head of SEC's National Investment Adviser/Investment Company Examination Program. SEC.
- Legg Mason’s Bowden Named to Head SEC Examination Program. Bloomberg.
- Andrew Bowden. LinkedIn.
- Faculty Profile: Andrew J. Bowden. Practicing Law Institute.