President Barack Obama nominated Securites and Exchange Commission member Elisse B. Walter to succeed outgoing chairman Mary L. Schapiro.

Walter, a Democrat, was appointed to the commission in 2008 by Republican President George W. Bush. She served as acting chairman in January 2009, as Obama assumed office.

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