Mary Jo White was sworn in as SEC chairman and led a meeting where the agency approved rules requiring brokers and investment advisors to adopt identity-theft prevention programs.
The meeting was Whites first as the SECs 31st chairman. She replaced Elisse B. Walter, a commissioner who had run the agency since Mary Schapiro stepped down as chairman in December. Walter resumed her role as a commissioner.
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