Kathleen L. Casey was sworn in as the 88th Securities and Exchange Commission commissioner by Chairman Christopher Cox on Monday.

Casey was appointed by President Bush to the post on May 18. She most recently served as the staff director of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs for the past three and a half years. There, she was responsible for guiding the consideration of issues affecting economic and monetary policy, international trade and finance, banking, securities and insurance regulation, transit and housing policy, money laundering and terror finance.

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