SEC Chairman Announces Departure, President Obama Names Replacement

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On November 26, SEC Chairman Mary Shapiro announced that she will step down from her position on December 14, 2012, after serving as Chairman for nearly four years. The SEC press release described her tenure as one during which she “strengthened, reformed, and revitalized the agency” while overseeing “a more rigorous enforcement and examination program” and implementing new rules. On the same day, President Obama designated SEC Commissioner Elisse Walter as Chairman.

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