US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) chairman William
Donaldson announced last week that he will resign on 30
Donaldson, who has led the commission since early 2003,
became known for pushing new rules for mutual funds, hedge
funds and stock trading as well as post-Enron reforms. The
White House had not yet named a successor for the agency.
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