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Alan Whiting will be non-executive chairman of [[NYSE Liffe]], as of May 1, 2012. He succeeds previous chairman [[Hugh Freedberg]], who was the NYSE Liffe CEO from 1999 to 2009 and chairman from 2009 to 2012.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.nyse.com/press/1333362832319.html|name=Alan Whiting to succeed Hugh Freedberg as Chairman of NYSE Liffe|org=NYSE Euronext|date=April 3, 2012}}</ref>
The late Alan Whiting was a derivatives executive.
 
He served as the non-executive chairman of [[NYSE Liffe]], having succeeded [[Hugh Freedberg]], who was the NYSE Liffe CEO from 1999 to 2009 and chairman from 2009 to 2012.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.nyse.com/press/1333362832319.html|name=Alan Whiting to succeed Hugh Freedberg as Chairman of NYSE Liffe|org=NYSE Euronext|date=April 3, 2012}}</ref>
 
In 2017, Whiting was posthumously named to the [[FIA Futures Hall of Fame]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://fia.org/articles/fia-inducts-14-individuals-fia-futures-hall-fame|name=FIA inducts 14 individuals into FIA Futures Hall of Fame|org=Futures Industry Association|date=April 6, 2017}}</ref>


== Background ==
== Background ==
After university, Whiting worked for the University of East Anglia, the [[Treasury]], the [[Department of Economic Affairs]], the Ministry of Technology, the [[European Free Trade Association]] (Geneva) and the Confederation of British Industry. He re-entered the Civil Service in 1974 as an economic adviser at the Department of Trade and Industry, eventually becoming chief economist and director of finance. In 1992, Whiting joined HM Treasury as under secretary and head of financial regulation. In that role, he oversaw structure, legislation and oversight of banking, mutuals and financial services regulation. He was also a member of the [[International Organisation of Securities Commissions]] (IOSCO) Technical Committee and represent the UK for the G7 work on financial regulation. Whiting was a member of the [[European Union]]'s Banking Advisory and the High Level Securities Regulators Committees. He played a key role in developing financial regulation reform in the United Kingdom as a whole, and in creating the [[Financial Services Authority]].
After university, Whiting worked for the University of East Anglia, the [[Treasury]], the [[Department of Economic Affairs]], the Ministry of Technology, the [[European Free Trade Association]] (Geneva) and the Confederation of British Industry. He re-entered the Civil Service in 1974 as an economic adviser at the Department of Trade and Industry, eventually becoming chief economist and director of finance. In 1992, Whiting joined HM Treasury as under secretary and head of financial regulation. In that role, he oversaw structure, legislation and oversight of banking, mutuals and financial services regulation. He was also a member of the [[International Organisation of Securities Commissions]] (IOSCO) Technical Committee and represent the UK for the G7 work on financial regulation. Whiting was a member of the [[European Union]]'s Banking Advisory and the High Level Securities Regulators Committees. He played a key role in developing financial regulation reform in the United Kingdom as a whole, and in creating the [[Financial Services Authority]].


In 1997, Whiting joined the [[London Metal Exchange]] as executive director of [[regulation]] and compliance. He served in this role for seven years, and was heavily involved in international regulation of [[commodity]] markets and the commodity [[derivatives]] business. He founded his own company, [[Merlan Financial]], in 2004 and was appointed to the LIFFE board in 2006. He also hold non-executive directorships on The Mortgage Code Compliance Board, The Banking Code Standards Board, the [[Lending Standards Board]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.lendingstandardsboard.org.uk/staffdirectors.htm|name=Directors and Staff|org=Lending Standards Board|date=April 3, 2012}}</ref> the Debt Advice Gateway Trust, Nymex Europe Ltd and CME/ Nymex London Ltd. Whiting is the chairman of [[The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.fsc.gi/aboutus/commission.htm|name=The Commission|org=Financial Services Commission|date=April 3, 2012}}</ref>
In 1997, Whiting joined the [[London Metal Exchange]] as executive director of regulation and compliance. He served in this role for seven years, and was heavily involved in international regulation of [[commodity]] markets and the commodity [[derivatives]] business. He founded his own company, [[Merlan Financial]], in 2004 and was appointed to the LIFFE board in 2006. He also hold non-executive directorships on The Mortgage Code Compliance Board, The Banking Code Standards Board, the [[Lending Standards Board]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.lendingstandardsboard.org.uk/staffdirectors.htm|name=Directors and Staff|org=Lending Standards Board|date=April 3, 2012}}</ref> the Debt Advice Gateway Trust, NYMEX Europe Ltd and CME/ NYMEX London Ltd. Whiting is the chairman of [[The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.fsc.gi/aboutus/commission.htm|name=The Commission|org=Financial Services Commission|date=April 3, 2012}}</ref>
 
Whiting was also a managing director of Merlan Financial.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bloomberg.com/profiles/people/1711672-alan-whiting|name=Alan Whiting|org=Bloomberg|date=January 13, 2015}}</ref>
 
Whiting passed away in June of 2015 from cancer.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.metalbulletin.com/Article/3463368/OBITUARY-Alan-Whiting.html|name=OBITUARY: Alan Whiting|org=Metal Bulletin|date=April 6, 2017}}</ref>


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Alan Whiting
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Location London

The late Alan Whiting was a derivatives executive.

He served as the non-executive chairman of NYSE Liffe, having succeeded Hugh Freedberg, who was the NYSE Liffe CEO from 1999 to 2009 and chairman from 2009 to 2012.[1]

In 2017, Whiting was posthumously named to the FIA Futures Hall of Fame.[2]

Background[edit]

After university, Whiting worked for the University of East Anglia, the Treasury, the Department of Economic Affairs, the Ministry of Technology, the European Free Trade Association (Geneva) and the Confederation of British Industry. He re-entered the Civil Service in 1974 as an economic adviser at the Department of Trade and Industry, eventually becoming chief economist and director of finance. In 1992, Whiting joined HM Treasury as under secretary and head of financial regulation. In that role, he oversaw structure, legislation and oversight of banking, mutuals and financial services regulation. He was also a member of the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) Technical Committee and represent the UK for the G7 work on financial regulation. Whiting was a member of the European Union's Banking Advisory and the High Level Securities Regulators Committees. He played a key role in developing financial regulation reform in the United Kingdom as a whole, and in creating the Financial Services Authority.

In 1997, Whiting joined the London Metal Exchange as executive director of regulation and compliance. He served in this role for seven years, and was heavily involved in international regulation of commodity markets and the commodity derivatives business. He founded his own company, Merlan Financial, in 2004 and was appointed to the LIFFE board in 2006. He also hold non-executive directorships on The Mortgage Code Compliance Board, The Banking Code Standards Board, the Lending Standards Board,[3] the Debt Advice Gateway Trust, NYMEX Europe Ltd and CME/ NYMEX London Ltd. Whiting is the chairman of The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission.[4]

Whiting was also a managing director of Merlan Financial.[5]

Whiting passed away in June of 2015 from cancer.[6]

Education[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Alan Whiting to succeed Hugh Freedberg as Chairman of NYSE Liffe. NYSE Euronext.
  2. FIA inducts 14 individuals into FIA Futures Hall of Fame. Futures Industry Association.
  3. Directors and Staff. Lending Standards Board.
  4. The Commission. Financial Services Commission.
  5. Alan Whiting. Bloomberg.
  6. OBITUARY: Alan Whiting. Metal Bulletin.
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