Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Another Headed Through the Revolving Door: Deputy Secretary Neal. Wolin to Leave Treasury

The Treasury Department today announced that Deputy Secretary Neal S. Wolin will conclude his tenure at the Department at the end of August, more than four years after he was confirmed to serve by the United States Senate.

Obama shoveled the nonsense:
For more than four years, Neal has played a key role on my economic team.  His deep knowledge and excellent judgment helped us prevent a second Great Depression, pass tough new Wall Street reform, strengthen our financial system, foster growth here at home, and promote economic development around the world.
Wolin has played the revolving door with skill:
Wolin served as Acting Treasury Secretary from mid-January to late-February 2013. He was confirmed as Deputy in May 2009 and is the longest-serving Deputy Secretary in the Department’s history. Prior to that, Wolin was Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Counsel to the President for Economic Policy. Wolin served as General Counsel of the Treasury Department from 1999- 2001 and as Deputy General Counsel from 1995-1999.  He previously served as Executive Assistant to the National Security Advisor, Deputy National Security Advisor and Deputy Legal Advisor to the National Security Council.
 From 2001 to 2008, Wolin served at The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. as President and Chief Operating Officer for Property and Casualty Operations. Earlier in his career, he also worked in private law practice at Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering in Washington, DC. 

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