SEC’s White to Step Down in January 2017

On Monday, November 14th, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairwoman Mary Jo White announced that she will be stepping down as the agency’s head at the end of the Obama administration.

“It has been a tremendous honor to work alongside the incredibly talented and dedicated SEC staff members who do so much every day to protect investors and our markets,” said Chair White.  “I am very proud of our three consecutive years of record enforcement actions, dozens of fundamental reforms through our rulemakings that have strengthened investor protections and market stability, and that the job satisfaction of our phenomenal staff has climbed in each of the last three years.  I also want to express my appreciation for the engagement and dedication of my fellow Commissioners and my financial regulator colleagues, past and present.”

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