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Philip J. Hoblin,, American securities lawyer. Bar: New York 1957.


Hoblin,, Philip J. was born on July 31, 1929 in Staten Island, New York, United States. Son of Philip J. and Mary A. (Brown) Hoblin.


Bachelor of Science, Fordham University, 1951. Doctor of Laws, Fordham University, 1957.


Regional attorney Bache & Company, New York City, 1958-1963. Executive vice president Shearson Lehman Hutton, Inc., 1963-1989. Co-chairman Institute of Finance Law Center, New York City, 1972-1992.

Chief executive officer Buttonwood Securities, 1989-1990. Of counsel Jenkens Gilchrist Parker Chapin, New York City, 1990—2005. Adjunct professor law Fordham University, 1986-1996.

Member Joint Industry Committee Securities Protection, 1969. Member board arbitration New York Stock Exchange, 1977-1989. Chairman arbitration committee Chicago Board Options Exchange, 1977-1978, member conduct committee, 1979-1980.

Member executive and national arbitration committees National Association Securities Dealers, 1984-1985, also member business conduct committee district 12, 1974-1977. Member Securities Industry Conference on Arbitration, since 1977.


Served as special agent United States Air Force, 1951-1953. Colonel (retired). Member of Knights of Columbus, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Bar Association, Security Industry Association (president compliance division 1970-1972, compliance division award 1995), Constitution Island Association (former treasurer), Association Former OSI Agents, Air Force Association, Respect for Law Alliance (former director), Retired Officers Association, Elks, American Legion Reserve Officers Association (vice president air New York state chapter 1973-1974, 1987-1988, public relations secretary judge advisory gdn. New York City chapter, president New York state chapter 1988-1989).


Married Eileen P. Killilea, January 10, 1959. Children: Philip, Monica, Michael.