SEC Chairperson, Mary Schapiro Is "Likely To Leave" Due To ElectionVW Staff
FOX Business Network (FBN) Senior Correspondent Charlie Gasparino reports that Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Mary Schapiro is telling Wall Street executives she “is likely to leave” her post and that “it’s a matter of timing and the timing is the matter of who wins” the election. Gasparino reports that President Obama wins reelection, Schapiro “is likely to leave immediately, maybe even that day. Handing her role to Elisse Walter, a democratic commissioner who’s considered can do the job.” Conversely, Gasparino reports Schapiro will “be in this job longer, possibly staying out . . .
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