Incoming SEC chief will face many challenges

11/27/2012 | Reuters

Elisse Walter, the designated successor to Mary Schapiro as head of the Securities and Exchange Commission, will immediately face a number of issues, such as the back-and-forth over regulation of money market mutual funds and Dodd-Frank rules not yet finalized. Also, unless President Barack Obama renominates her and the Senate approves, her term would end in one year.

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