The SEC executive resigned just days after his appointment
The new chief enforcement officer for the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Alex Oh, resigned from her position with the SEC a few days after taking office.
According to an official SEC announcementOh resigned for personal reasons. In Oh’s letter of resignation to Chairman Gary Gensler – from Bloomberg’s point of view – the former chief executive uncovered She stepped back so as not to be distracted as she deals with controversies arising from a case she has worked on in the past.
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