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WASHINGTON — President Bush has tapped Elisse B. Walter of Maryland, a former general counsel of the Commodities Future Trading Commission, to be a commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Walter, who currently serves as senior executive vice president for regulatory policy & programs at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, would serve the remainder of a five-year term expiring June 5, 2012, if confirmed by the Senate. Besides having been chief legal officer at the Commodities Future Trading Commission, Walter also served as deputy director of the division of corporation finance of the Securities and Exchange Commission earlier in her career. She earned her juris doctorate from Harvard Law School.

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