Sharon Brown-Hruska last week resigned as commissioner of
Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and joined research
and analysis group NERA Economic Consulting as a vice president
in the securities and finance practice. She left insisting her
decision to move on was not a result of being overlooked for
the position as chairman of the Commission.
Brown-Hruska, who had served as CFTC commissioner since
2002, including a one year stint as acting chairman, told
FO Week that it was "time to move on". Brown-Hruska
had applied for the CFTC chairman's post but was passed over in
favour of Rueben Jeffery last July.
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