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Tim Pawlenty resigning as CEO of Financial Services Roundtable after big bank shake-up

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Tim Pawlenty, the former Minnesota governor, said he is stepping down as head of a prominent financial-industry group next month, amid signals he is weighing another gubernatorial run.

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Rumored to be running for Minnesota governor again. Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty will be stepping down from his position as CEO of the Financial Services Roundtable next month, the trade group announced Tuesday. Pawlenty’s resignation comes on the heels of a big bank-led shake-up at the FSR, which reportedly saw.

Tim Pawlenty resigning as CEO of Financial Services Roundtable after big bank shake-up. Rumored to be running for Minnesota governor again. February 6, 2018 By Ben Lane. Share On.

Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty will step down in March as CEO of the Financial Services Roundtable ahead of a possible run for a third term as governor in his home state. pawlenty announced tuesday his decision to leave the $21 million-revenue FSR, which he has led since 2012.

Cyberattacks have evolved into more sophisticated assaults on individual companies by governments and other entities from Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East, making it vital to take a unified, national-security-style approach to data security, said Tim Pawlenty, CEO of the Financial services roundtable trade association in Washington and.

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