Beese rejoins his old firm, Alex. Brown

November 18, 1994|By David Conn | David Conn,Sun Staff Writer

After two and a half years on the Securities and Exchange Commission, J. Carter Beese Jr. yesterday rejoined his old firm, Alex. Brown & Sons Inc., as vice chairman of Alex. Brown International, in charge of the firm's international capital markets group.

Mr. Beese, 38, announced in August his plans to resign from the SEC, which he joined in March 1992. Earlier this week, he joined the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies as a senior adviser and chairman of the newly established CSIS Capital Markets Regulatory Reform Project.

The center, he said yesterday, "is a vehicle to stay involved in public policy while you also pursue your vocation."

For Mr. Beese, that means a return to Alex. Brown, where he was a partner before President George Bush appointed him to the SEC. At the commission, Mr. Beese was the sole Republican and was known as an advocate of free markets.

He has served since 1990 as a director of the Overseas Private Investment Corp., a U.S. agency that assists American businesses looking to invest in foreign countries.

"Carter's profile and experience will be important in attracting international investment banking relationships throughout Europe and Asia and assisting companies in accessing the U.S. capital markets," Mayo A. Shattuck III, Alex. Brown's president and chief operating officer, said.

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