SEC chair Mary Jo White said last Tuesday she would step down at the end of January
The Securities and Exchange Commission's
head of trading and chief of litigation have become the latest
senior figures to say they will quit the US options regulator
ahead of Trump's inauguration as president in January.
Stephen Luparello, the SEC's director of
the division of trading and markets, and chief litigation for
its enforcement division counsel Matthew Solomon have said they
will leave the agency.
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