SEC fills all commissioner positions.


The Securities and Exchange Commission added two new commissioners -- Laura Simone Unger and Paul R. Carey, who were sworn in last November. Unger's position on the SEC had been vacant for three years and Carey replaces Steven M. H. Wallman, who left the commission last September. Five commissioners, including SEC Chairman Arthur J. Levitt, Jr., sit on the SEC. The remaining members are Norman S. Johnson and Isaac C. Hunt.

All commission members are appointed by the U.S. president, with the approval of the Senate. Terms are staggered and no more than three members may be from the same political party.

Unger occupies one of the Republican seats. Preceding her SEC appointment, she was counsel to the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and...

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