Saturday, February 23, 2008
At long last, President Bush may send nominations to the Senate to fill the vacancies on the SEC. There are currently two vacancies that must be filled by Democrats, to replace Annette Nazareth and Raul Campos. In addition, there will be a Republican vacancy when Paul Atkins' term expires this summer. Among the names mentioned to replace Atkins is Professor Troy Paredes of the Washington University at St. Louis Law School. The names that have been floated as the Democratic vacancies for some time are Atlanta lawyer Luis Aguilar and Elisse Walter, senior official at FINRA. WSJ, White House Selects
Candidates for SEC Openings.