FinCEN appoints analytics official

FinCEN appoints analytics official

The Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has announced the appointment of David Vogt as associate director for analytics. He will coordinate FinCEN's analytic efforts to support law enforcement in financial criminal investigations, other financial regulatory agencies and the financial services industry.

Previously, Vogt was FinCEN's strategic planning advisor. As part of the bureau's senior management team, he was responsible for developing plans for programs across the organization. He has been with FinCEN since its inception in 1990.

Vogt had been a civilian employee at the National Security Agency prior to his service at FinCEN. He received bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Missouri in Columbia.

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