The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced the resignation of its chief of staff, Didem Nisanci, in the latest of a series of losses that has claimed some of its most senior figures.
Nisanci joins a growing list of ex-SEC staff, including finance director Meredith Cross, general counsel Mark Cahn, trading and markets director Robert Cook, and most notably, chairwoman Mary Schapiro.
All recent departures were appointments made by Schapiro, shortly after she took office when appointed by President Barack Obama in 2009 with full Congressional approval.
No replacement for Nisanci has been named.
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