“He has been involved with the most significant pieces of financial legislation and regulation over the last three decades,” said the roundtable’s chief executive, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R), in a statement.
Thirty-year veteran leaving Financial Services Roundtable
“I hope that I have influenced public policy in a positive way and I’m proud of our accomplishment,” he said, adding he is going to “pursue some of my other life passions.”
Whiting’s resignation in February will coincide with his 30-year anniversary at the association. He currently serves as the executive director and general counsel.