WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Senate on Thursday confirmed Daniel Glaser for a top post in the Treasury Department's anti-terrorism unit.
Glaser's nomination to serve as the assistant secretary for terrorist financing was approved by the Senate in a voice vote.
Glaser has served as Deputy Assistant Secretary since November 2004 and was nominated by the White House in March to advance to assistant secretary.
The anti-terrorism unit works to combat money laundering, terrorist financing and other threats to the international financial system.
(Reporting by JoAnne Allen; Editing by Kim Coghill)