Robert Rubin


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Robert Rubin

An American businessman who served as Secretary of the Treasury from 1995 to 1999. He assisted President Bill Clinton in setting up the Exchange Stabilization Fund, which helped Mexico through its financial crisis of the early 1990s. His lobbying contributed to the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, which is thought to have contributed to the late 2000s recession.
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com/2016/03/13/robert-rubin-financial-crisis-commission-justice-department/) recommended an investigation into potential lawbreaking on the part of former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin.
According to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), even though Citigroup, Inc's (NYSE: C) former chief executive, Charles 'Chuck' Prince, and former senior advisor, Robert Rubin, had testified that they did not know about increasing subprime losses at the bank, they were in fact aware of it.
Robert Rubin, former treasury secretary, has joined boutique investment bank Centerview Partners, about a year after he left Citigroup Inc (NYSE: C), Dow Jones has reported, citing a person familiar with the situation.
President Obama made Timothy Geithner, who worked for Clinton's Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin, his Treasury Secretary; made Larry Summers, who took over from Rubin, his Chief Economic Advisor; and Gary Gensler, who designed the Commodities Futures Act while working for Bill Clinton, Chair of the Commodity Futures Trade Commission.
Negotiations come as Citigroup continues to struggle to raise enough capital to keep the giant banking group running, and follows the resignation of Robert Rubin, special adviser to the board and a former US treasury secretary.
One so far without an official White House perch: Robert Rubin, the former Treasury secretary.
The bank also said that Sir Win Bischoff, who has been acting as chief executive since November 4, would succeed former US Treasury secretary Robert Rubin as chairman.
The News should have noted that it was Rubin's father and partner, Mark Robert Rubin, who passed away November 16, 2007.
But he stressed his close relationship with figures from Bill Clinton's Democrat administration, such as former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin and his links with both sides of the American political divide.
Much of Buffett's and Peterson's gloom has been echoed by Robert Rubin since he left government.
That gave Greenspan the lee-way to settle into a respectful detente with Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin during the Clinton years and focus on the real keys to a stable and growing economy: sound money and rising productivity.
It was a section of the latter, reconstructed in part from the original pieces, that appeared at Yale in the 2005 traveling exhibition "Jean Prouve: A Tropical House," curated by Robert Rubin.