Mary Schapiro

Mary Jo White, the former U.S. attorney in Manhattan, is under consideration to become the next chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Stormy in more ways than one, 2012 was a rough year. Here is our tongue-in-cheek look back over its defining events.
After nearly four years in office, SEC Chairwoman Mary Schapiro announced her resignation as the chairwoman of the agency today, effective Dec. 14.
What Mary Schapiro considered her most important task had just run aground, a symbol of the aspirations and missed opportunities of her tenure as head of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro has seen several of her key executives at the agency depart recently, adding to speculation that Schapiro may depart after the presidential election.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission adopted a rule today that would build a single system to monitor and analyze trading activity across U.S. equity and options markets.
Through her independent research into the global financial crisis, Janet Tavakoli uncovered what she calls massive, widespread fraud committed by a network of mortgage originators, securitizers, and rating and regulatory agencies, among others.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is updating the technology it uses to understand operations at the financial firms it regulates and to catch wrongdoing.
August 2011 editor's note from Ginger Szala
Taking the reins of the SEC, Mary Schapiro has had to lean on her lifetime's worth of experience in senior regulatory roles