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On the heels of the announcement that SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro would be leaving the agency on Dec. 14, other officials followed suit.  

SEC Chief of Staff Didem Nisanci left at the end of week of Dec. 10, the agency said. Schapiro named her to the post in March 2009. Nisanci served as senior advisor to Schapiro on policy, management and regulatory issues, played an integral role in the SEC’s efforts in the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act and also served as an SEC deputy to the Financial Services Oversight Council.

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