Michael Oxley, the former Republican representative from Ohio who co-sponsored the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, has taken a position on the international advisory council of corporate communications consultancy APCO Worldwide.
According to WebCPA,
Oxley has been hired to provide strategic advice to APCO's clients on corporate governance, financial transactions, export and trade promotion, and government oversight and investigations.
In a statement regarding his new role, Oxley noted:
As global markets intertwine, questions of corporate responsibility and governance become more complex -- and more important.
Since Oxley retired from Congress, he accepted an appointment to serve as a non-executive vice chairman of the Nasdaq stock exchange, and he also works in the government policy group of the Baker Hostetler law firm.