Cynthia Glassman, a Republican commissioner with the Securities and Exchange Commission, announced plans Monday to step down sometime after her term expires on June 5, as soon as the SEC finds her replacement.

Glassman joined the SEC in January 2002, at a time when the Commission began to grapple with the accounting and investment banking scandals, only to be followed by the mutual fund trading scandal.

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