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Division of Corporation Finance

Directory of Division Offices

Office of the Director

Name and Title Telephone Number
Lona Nallengara
Acting Director
(202) 551-3120
Paula Dubberly
Deputy Director (Policy and Capital Markets)
(202) 551-3180
Lona Nallengara
Deputy Director (Legal and Regulatory)
(202) 551-3120
Shelley Parratt
Deputy Director (Disclosure Operations)
(202) 551-3130
Peter Uhlmann
Managing Executive
(202) 551-2136
Paul Belvin
Associate Director (Disclosure Operations)
(202) 551-3150
James Daly
Associate Director (Disclosure Operations)
(202) 551-3140
Karen Garnett
Associate Director (Disclosure Operations)
(202) 551-3785
Thomas Kim
Associate Director (Chief Counsel)
(202) 551-3500
Mark Kronforst
Associate Director (Disclosure Operations)
(202) 551-3870
Craig Olinger
Acting Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3400
Mauri Osheroff
Associate Director (Regulatory Policy)
(202) 551-3190
Barry Summer
Associate Director (Disclosure Operations)
(202) 551-3160

Disclosure Operations Offices

The Division selectively reviews company securities filings through its filing review process both to monitor and to enhance compliance with disclosure and accounting requirements. These filings include those of new issuers and as well as public companies reporting under the Exchange Act. Companies are assigned to one of 12 Assistant Director offices in our full disclosure program or to the Office of Structured Finance in the case of ABS issuers. The Office of Global Security Risk also reviews and comments on filings.

If you do not know which office your company is assigned to, click here.

If you have received comments on a filing and wish to discuss them with the staff, start by contacting the person identified in the letter you received. If you are not satisfied with the resolution of any issue, we encourage you to ask for reconsideration of the comments.

Office Name and Leadership Telephone Number
AD Office 1 — Healthcare and Insurance
Jeffrey Riedler, Assistant Director
James Rosenberg, Senior Assistant Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3710
AD Office 2 — Consumer Products
Mara Ransom, Assistant Director
James Allegretto, Senior Assistant Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3720
AD Office 3 — Information Technologies and Services
Barbara Jacobs, Assistant Director
Craig Wilson, Senior Assistant Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3730
AD Office 4 — Natural Resources
H. Roger Schwall, Assistant Director
W. Bradshaw Skinner, Senior Assistant Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3740
AD Office 5 — Transportation and Leisure
Max Webb, Assistant Director
Joseph Foti, Senior Assistant Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3750
AD Office 6 — Manufacturing and Construction
Pamela Long, Assistant Director
John Hartz, Senior Assistant Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3760
AD Office 7 — Financial Services I
Todd Schiffman, Assistant Director
John Nolan, Senior Assistant Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3770
AD Office 8 — Real Estate and Commodities
Michael McTiernan, Assistant Director
Cicely LaMothe, Senior Assistant Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3780
AD Office 9 — Beverages, Apparel and Mining
John Reynolds, Assistant Director
Tia Jenkins, Senior Assistant Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3790
AD Office 10 — Electronics and Machinery
Amanda Ravitz, Assistant Director
Martin James, Senior Assistant Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3528
AD Office 11 — Telecommunications
Larry Spirgel, Assistant Director
Carlos Pacho, Senior Assistant Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3810
AD Office 12 — Financial Services II
Suzanne Hayes, Assistant Director
Stephanie Hunsaker, Senior Assistant Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3830
Office of Structured Finance
Katherine Hsu, Chief
(202) 551-3850
Office of Global Security Risk
Cecilia Blye, Chief
(202) 551-3470

For information concerning filing on EDGAR, or how to deal with EDGAR filing problems, contact the numbers outlined here.

Legal, Regulatory, Accounting and Capital Markets Offices

The Division has several offices which provide specialized expertise including providing interpretive guidance, writing rules, providing internal guidance on specialized matters and providing other legal and financial reporting assistance.

The staff of these offices is available to answer questions about the provisions of the federal securities laws that the Division administers. Each office handles a specific range of issues and the members of each office have expertise in the substantive areas covered by their office. The staff strives to answer questions in a timely and efficient manner. To facilitate the staff in answering questions, it is important to contact the appropriate office with your question. Each office is described here.

Telephone Numbers

Office Name and Leadership Telephone Number
Office of Capital Markets Trends
Amy Starr, Chief
(202) 551-3860
Office of Chief Accountant
Craig Olinger, Acting Chief Accountant
(202) 551-3400
Office of Chief Counsel
Thomas Kim, Chief Counsel
(202) 551-3500
Office of Enforcement Liaison
Mary Kosterlitz, Chief
(202) 551-3420
Office of International Corporate Finance
Paul Dudek, Chief
(202) 551-3450
Office of Mergers and Acquisitions
Michele Anderson, Chief
(202) 551-3440
Office of Rulemaking
Felicia Kung, Chief
(202) 551-3430
Office of Small Business Policy
Gerald Laporte, Chief
(202) 551-3460
Office of Structured Finance
Katherine Hsu, Chief
(202) 551-3850

Contacting the Division via the Internet

Online Forms

Legal Questions

You may submit questions about the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 or the Trust Indenture Act of 1939 by completing an online form or by calling one of the Division Offices as outlined in Overview of the Legal, Regulatory and Capital Markets Offices. Questions submitted electronically will be processed by the staff in the same manner as telephone calls.

No-Action, Interpretive or Exemptive Letters

Send requests for no-action, interpretive or exemptive letters (other than requests made under Exchange Act Rule 14a-8, for which we have a separate email address) to the Division by online form.

Email addresses

Use this email address to send requests for interpretations, accommodations or waivers of financial reporting and disclosure requirements to the Division of Corporation Finance’s Office of Chief Accountant. Remember that your email is not confidential, and others may intercept and read your email. In order to facilitate proper routing, please include in the body of the email: company name, date of letter, correspondent’s name, CIK number, Assistant Director Office No., and file number. Correspondence must be attached to the e-mail as a PDF file. Letters will be processed by the staff in the same manner as requests submitted in paper.

Use this email address to ask questions and submit comments on the SEC’s rules and programs affecting small businesses and private equity securities offerings, including venture capital financings. Included among these rules and programs are:

  • Regulation D (Rules 504, 505 and 506), Section 3(a)(11) and Rule 147, which provide exemptions for limited and intrastate securities offerings from the requirement that all securities offerings be registered with the SEC;
  • SEC disclosure rules applicable to smaller reporting companies that file registration statements for securities offerings and periodic reports with the SEC;
  • Regulation A, which provides a simplified "registration-like" procedure for securities offerings not exceeding $5 million;
  • Rule 701, which accommodates grants of stock options and other equity incentive compensation to employees by non-Exchange Act reporting companies, both domestic and foreign; and
  • the SEC Government-Business Forum on Small Business Capital Formation, a conference conducted annually by the SEC.

You may also use this email address to seek information on the relationship between the federal and state securities law regulatory systems. You should include your telephone number in all messages sent to this email address. Remember that your email is not confidential and others may intercept and read your correspondence.

This email address should not be used to submit requests for interpretative or “no-action” letters or policy advice in areas other than those set forth immediately above. Such requests should be sent in traditional written form or by email, or through an online form, and addressed to the Chief Counsel of the appropriate SEC division — Corporation Finance, Market Regulation or Investment Management — depending upon the nature of the specific matter involved.

Use this email address to send requests for no-action relief with respect to shareholder proposals under Exchange Act Rule 14a-8 and related correspondence to the Division. Do not use this email address to submit other types of no-action requests or correspondence. Please include your name and telephone number in any submission directed to this email address. Remember that your email is not confidential and others may intercept and read your correspondence. We will process no-action requests and related correspondence received through email address in the same manner as requests and correspondence submitted in paper.

  • Registered investment companies and business development companies may submit requests for no-action relief under Rule 14a-8 and related correspondence to the Division of Investment Management at You can find additional contact information, including a mailing address, for the Division of Investment Management at "Division of Investment Management Frequently Requested Telephone Numbers, E-Mail Addresses, and Other Contacts", located at

Modified: 01/09/2013