Carl Hoecker

Securities and Exchange Commission Inspector General

A Certified Public Accountant and Certified Fraud Examiner with more than three decades of experience as a criminal investigator, Carl Hoecker served as a military policeman with the US Army from 1976 to 1982. The following year, he obtained a bachelor of business administration from Governors State University. Later, while working as a senior fraud investigator with the US Army's Criminal Investigations Command, he earned a master of arts in systems management from the University of Southern California. Carl Hoecker served seven years in this command prior to joining the US Information Agency's Office of Inspector General (OIG).

Mr. Hoecker has also worked in various roles for the US Department of the Treasury OIG, and he spent seven years as inspector general with the US Capitol Police. He established the latter role in 2006 and oversaw the 2,000-employee agency and its $300 million budget. He promoted investigative standards for more than 70 independent federal OIGs that, in 2014, recovered in excess of $32 billion and led about 6,000 successful criminal prosecutions.

Carl Hoecker has served as inspector general with the US Securities and Exchange Commission since 2013, during which time he has revamped the office's organizational structure and earned the first-ever SEC Chair award for excellence in leadership. He also facilitated substantial increases in the commission's engagement index and Leader's Lead index score.

Alexandria, VA, US

Work Experience

Jan 2013 - Present

Inspector General
Securities and Exchange Commission


Jan 1986 - Jan 1988

Master of Arts (MA)
University of Southern California
Systems Management

Jan 1980 - Jan 1983

Governors State University
Business Administration

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