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Although she is stepping down as head of IIROC, Susan Wolburgh Jenah won’t rule out taking up another full-time job. ‘I think anyone who knows me knows I’m not the type to sit at home and have lunch.’
Although she is stepping down as head of IIROC, Susan Wolburgh Jenah won’t rule out taking up another full-time job. ‘I think anyone who knows me knows I’m not the type to sit at home and have lunch.’
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Brokerage regulator looks to new challenges after IIROC

Susan Wolburgh Jenah is retiring as head of Canada’s brokerage industry regulator, saying she wants to tackle new goals after spending eight years as a market regulator during one of the most volatile periods in recent stock market history.

Ms. Wolburgh Jenah announced Wednesday she will retire as chief executive officer of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada effective Oct. 31. A search committee has been formed to find her successor, IIROC said.