(Bloomberg) -- Mary Jo White has stepped to the front of the line of financial regulators moving aside for Donald Trump’s administration.

White, a political independent appointed by President Obama, said Monday that she will step down as SEC chairwoman in January. Her nearly four-year tenure has been highlighted by high-profile enforcement cases and plagued by internal battles that stalled controversial policies.

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