Dandridge Quoted on New SEC Phila Office ChiefOn April 8, 2006 by Schnader in News
Albert S. Dandridge III was noted in an April 8, 2006 article in The Philadelphia Inquirer, “SEC Names Phila. Office Chief.” The article announces Daniel M. Hawke as the new head of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Philadelphia office. Albert commented that the Philadelphia office is, “going to follow the lead of the chairman.” In the past, Mr. Hawke has led an investigation of Arthur Anderson LLP and four of its partners in a case of improper auditing that foreshadowed the accounting firm’s role in the Enron scandal. He intends for the Philadelphia office to focus on municipal-bond underwriting abuses.