Mary Jo White to step down as SEC chief

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Mary Jo White to step down as SEC chief

Mary Jo White to step down as SEC chief

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Wall Street regulators began an exodus from Washington on Monday as Mary Jo White, the chairwoman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, announced plans to leave the agency.

The decision makes Ms. White, a former federal prosecutor who has served more than two decades in the federal government, the first major Obama administration appointee to step down after Donald J. Trump’s upset victory last week. Other financial regulators are expected to follow suit in the coming weeks.

The election of Mr. Trump is a game-changer for the S.E.C. — and for that matter, all financial agencies.

Ms. White was expected to leave no matter the outcome of the election. But many Democrats had hoped that if Hillary Clinton won, she would choose a strong proponent of regulation to succeed Ms. White, whose policies often reflected a political middle ground. Now, the agency is almost certain to be pushed to the right.

[NEW YORK TIMES]

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One Response to “Mary Jo White to step down as SEC chief”

  1. dani says:

    thank god the loser no good for nothing is leaving office
    senator warren told us this Mary jo white is a loser and
    we glad to see her going

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