Trump’s pick for treasury secretary is a Wall Street trader who’s been in business for a decade and who knows how to get things done

Trump has nominated a Wall St. trader for Treasury secretary who knows just how to win.

Matt Wilstein has been managing director of financial services firm Cushman & Murray since 2006.

He has served on the Federal Reserve Board since 2009 and was the chief financial officer of Citigroup, the nation’s largest bank.

He also helped run the financial services business of Citicorp before being promoted to chief financial officers of the firm in 2014.

Wilstein was a member of the executive committee of Citibank and Bank of America before joining Cushmen &amp.


Wilstein has no financial background, but he has experience running banks, as well as serving on Wall Street.

Wilson has been a member, board member and consultant for Cushmans &amp.; Murray since 2004.

He was a partner at the firm from 2005 to 2007.

He also served as a senior partner at Citigroup from 1999 to 2002.

Wilsonian has been an active advocate of a return to the Glass-Steagall Act, which separated commercial and investment banking.

The law was passed in 1933 to separate banks from the investment banking industry.

The act’s repeal in 1987 and the rise of unregulated financial services industry have since seen a rise in the amount of investment banking in the U.S.

Wilsey, the son of a former New York City mayor and a lawyer, served as chief of staff to New York Gov.

Eliot Spitzer and was a lawyer for the U:S.

Chamber of Commerce.

He served on a number of committees in New York.

Wilshaw was previously a partner with the law firm of Covington &amp., which also represented clients at the United Nations and the World Bank.

Willey has been active in Democratic politics.

He ran for U.K. Parliament in 2010 and was also an adviser on the European Union Referendum, the campaign to leave the EU.

Wille is a former president of the World Trade Organization and a former chairman of the U.,S.

and World Bank boards of directors.

He was a co-chair of the American Bankers Association and also served on its board of directors and its steering committee.

Williams law firm Wilshire Capital Partners is the primary investment banking firm in the world.

Wilshire, a private equity firm, has a portfolio of about $2 trillion.

It has a total of $1.8 trillion in assets.

Wilshire has investments in U.P. companies such as Apple, IBM, Apple Computer, Apple Inc., Nike, PepsiCo and other brands.