The SEC announced that it has installed Charles Cain at its new Chief of the Enforcement Division’s FCPA Unit.  Cain acted as the Unit’s Acting Chief since April 2017, when the former Chief, Kara Brockmeyer, left the SEC for the private sector.  After joining the SEC as a Senior Counsel in 1999, Cain served as a Deputy Chief of the FCPA Unit before co-authoring the SEC/DOJ Resource Guide to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.  The guide outlines the FCPA in detail and examines the SEC and DOJ approach to FCPA enforcement.  Cain also served in lead roles in various FCPA investigations, including those that resulted in charges against Dutch telecommunications provider VimpelCom Ltd. in 2016 and against Sweden-based telecommunications provider Telia Company AB earlier this year.