Last month commissioner Laura Unger announced plans to step down from the SEC. Her departure will leave a massive gap in an already under-staffed Commission, and not just in terms of numbers. Tom Nicholson meets the woman who led the SEC for most of a crucial year in its history, and discusses how she has fought Regulation FD, tried to narrow the digital divide and championed human rights through financial regulation
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