WASHINGTON -- Martha L. Cochran, the chief counsel and staff director of the Senate Banking Committee's securities subcommittee, is one of several candidates being considered by President Clinton for a seat on the Securities and Exchange Commission, sources said yesterday.

If nominated and confirmed, Cochran would fill the only remaining vacancy on the five-member commission. The slot has been vacant since March 1992, when commissioner Edward Fleischman resigned.

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