The Securities and Exchange Commission is turning over its leadership with the departure of yet another high-ranking official.
This time, SEC Chief of Staff Didem Nisanci announced that she will leave the agency at the end of this week. SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro, who is also leaving the agency at the end of the year, named Nisanci as Chief of Staff in March 2009. In that position, Nisanci has been a senior advisor to the Chairman on policy, management, and regulatory issues.
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