Mike Batlogg currently serves as the Enterprise Risk Officer in the Office of the Chief Operating Officer of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He has been leading the implementation of Enterprise Risk Management over the past four years at the SEC by designing and operationalizing the requisite analysis, infrastructure, and governance structures. Recognizing process analysis as a valuable element for managing risk, Mike also developed and led the enterprise-wide business process re-engineering program for the past three years.
He joined the SEC in 2013 after four years of management consulting for financial organizations. Prior to this, Mike worked in the field of international foreign direct investment at the World Bank, U.S. Department of the Treasury, U.S. Embassy Bern, and Deutsche Bank. As a Robert Bosch Foundation Fellow from 2008-2009, Mike lived in Germany to work on national cross-border investment policies. He received his undergraduate degrees from Rutgers University and has an MA in International Trade and Investment Policy from the Elliott School for International Affairs and an MBA in International Business from the George Washington University School of Business.