Mark White currently works as a banking compliance analyst for Wolters Kluwer’s financial services business. He is an attorney with more than 13 years of banking and securities compliance experience. Prior to joining Wolters Kluwer, White co-founded the law firm Eldredge & White, PLLC and managed the firm for more than eight years, specializing in securities and banking law. He has also previously worked as a compliance attorney for UBS and for the law firm Presbrey & Associates outside of Chicago.
White’s experience comprises securities and banking transactions, reporting and compliance, mergers and acquisitions, public and private offering of securities, and governance issues, as well as Securities Act and Exchange Act compliance matters. He has represented financial institutions in regulatory examinations and enforcement actions by federal and state banking and enforcement agencies and has represented officers and directors with respect to regulatory proceedings and litigation involving failed financial institutions. White has advised banks, mortgage companies, auto lenders, commercial lenders, secondary market loan purchasers, and securities broker-dealers regarding regulatory, licensing, compliance and transactional matters.
White received his J.D. from Northern Illinois University, graduating cum laude, and was law review lead articles editor. Mr. White received his bachelor of science degree in psychology from Western Illinois University, graduating magna cum laude. He is a published author, formerly held a securities license series 7 and series 66, and is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force.