is leaving his job as the head of the SEC's division of investment management next week, and one name that has cropped up as a possible interim replacement is Mary Schapiro's senior adviser Jennifer McHugh
, InvestmentNews reports
Donohue, who has been with the commission for four years and announced his resignation in August, will reportedly leave his post November 19.
McHugh is said to be a logical choice as an interim replacement for Donohue, given her resume that includes heading the SEC's study of fiduciary duty, which was required by Dodd-Frank.
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