Mary Jo White, President Barack Obama’s nominee to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission, has represented an A-list of banks and corporations that could raise conflict-of-interest questions during her confirmation hearing.
White’s financial disclosure form was made public Friday and includes a list of clients from her years as a corporate litigator. Among them are several Fortune 100 companies — JPMorgan Chase, General Electric, Microsoft, Hess and Verizon — Switzerland’s largest bank and the world’s biggest automaker, Toyota.
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