SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro To Step Down In Three Weeks Hot

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While much work remains to be done before the SEC can reclaim its once respected reputation, the agency in each of the past two years brought more enforcement actions than ever before, including 735 enforcement actions in fiscal year 2011 and 734 actions in FY 2012. (SEC Press Release)

While no clear successor to Ms. Schapiro has been publicly discussed by the Obama admnistration,  The New York Times is reporting that Mary J. Miller, a senior Treasury Department official, is under consideration for the job. Others reportedly in the running: Sallie L. Krawcheck, a former top executive at Citigroup and Bank of America and SEC enforcement chief, Robert Khuzami



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