Gregory Zerzan, the U.S. Treasury's acting assistant secretary for financial institutions, whose duties included oversight of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) program, has resigned effective June 20.

News of Mr. Zerzan's departure follows word from Treasury officials that an eagerly awaited report on TRIA's impact on the marketplace will be completed well before month's end.

Mr. Zerzan joined the Treasury in March of 2003 as deputy assistant secretary for financial institutions policy. He assumed his latest post when his predecessor, Wayne Abernathy, stepped down.

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