SEC Chairman Jay Clayton Stepping Down at End of Year
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton will leave his role at the end of this year.
Clayton announced in November he would be leaving by the end of the year but hadn't specified a date.
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The news comes a day after former Chairman Jay Clayton announced that yesterday was his last day.
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