SEC names new chief of staff

Lona Nallengara replaces Didem Nisanci, who left in December 2012


Lona Nallengara has been named chief of staff at the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). He replaces Didem Nisanci, who left the SEC last December.

Nisanci's departure was one of a series of top-level resignations after former SEC chair Mary Schapiro decided to step down in November 2012. Schapiro has since been replaced by Mary Jo White, who was sworn in on April 10, 2013.

Nallengara joined the SEC in March 2011 and served as deputy director for legal and regulatory policy in the

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