White House to appoint Claudia Slacik for Securities Investor Protection Corp By Reuters


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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House is considering appointing Claudia Slacik, former head of the US Export-Import Bank under the Obama administration, as a member of the Securities Investor Protection Corp, according to a source familiar with the project.

SIPC, a not-for-profit entity made up of broker members, oversees the liquidation of its bankrupt members and works to secure securities and money for clients.

Slacik worked at JPMorgan Chase & Co (NYSE :), Citibank and Bankers Trust in New York and London, the source said.

“She has extensive experience in financial restructuring, risk management, corporate finance, trade finance and general management,” the source said.

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