18 December 2017

Trump picks Clayton for SEC Chair

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US President-elect Donald Trump has nominated Jay Clayton to head the Securities and Exchange Commission, the regulatory body overseeing Wall Street.

Clayton is a partner at the New York-based law firm Sullivan & Cromwell, with a background in initial public offerings, mergers and acquisitions. If confirmed, he would be replacing Mary Jo White, who has chaired the SEC since April 2013.

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