|Securities and Exchange Commissioner|
August 22, 2002 – September 2007
|Nominated by||George W. Bush|
|Born||1949 (age 66–67)
|Alma mater||Harvard Law School
Roel Clark Campos (born 1949) is a Hispanic-American business lawyer. He served as Securities and Exchange Commissioner between 2002–07 and is now a partner with the law firm Locke Lord, LLP. Campos was named to President-elect Barack Obama's economic advisory board and was considered a possible successor to former SEC chairman Christopher Cox. He is a current member of the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation, an independent and nonpartisan 501(c)(3) research organization dedicated to improving the regulation of U.S. capital markets. In 2008 Campos was appointed a member of the Board of Trustees of the International Valuation Standards Council, and in December 2011 as interim Chairman.