The Securities and Exchange Commission has sworn in Mary Jo White as its 31st chairman, bringing with her experience as a federal prosecutor and securities lawyer.
White was nominated by President Obama in February and confirmed by the Senate on Monday (see SEC Gets New Chairman as Senate Approves Ex-Prosecutor Mary Jo White).
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