Kathleen Casey, one of five commissioners at the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), has stepped down from her post after serving her five-year term with the agency.
Casey joined the SEC in 2006. During her tenure she has focused on the commission’s work to protect investors, facilitate capital formation and ensure transparent, efficient and competitive capital markets. At her departure she was the senior member of the SEC – chair Mary Schapiro joined in 2009 and fellow commissioners El
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