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The SEC after Obama & White

December 05, 2016

By Nicolas Morgan & Thomas Zaccaro

With SEC Chair Mary Jo White's announcement earlier this month that she will be stepping down around the same time as President Barack Obama leaves the White House in January, there has been much speculation about how the Securities and Exchange Commission might operate differently during the Trump administration. In addition to replacing White, President-elect Donald Trump will have the opportunity to fill the two other current vacancies on the five-member commission, setting the stage for a fundamental change in direction.

This article originally appeared in Los Angeles Daily Journal

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