Timothy Geithner

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Timothy Geithner

An American economist and civil servant. He worked in the U.S. Treasury Department for most of his early career. In 2003, he became president of the New York Federal Reserve. In 2009, he became the United States Secretary of the Treasury. In these capacities, he helped arrange the bailouts of the American financial and automotive industries. Geithner was born in 1961.
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"Blackstone President Tony James and Tim Geithner are hosting a small dinner for your economic team on January 20th," wrote Blackstone's Christine Anderson.
From 2003 to 2005, she served on the board of the New York Federal Reserve Bank, under the leadership of future Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner.
Former treasury secretary, Tim Geithner, has written a book that includes revelations about banks.
Earlier, he served as chief of staff to former secretary of treasury, Tim Geithner during his time as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and also served in the US Navy as an F14A Naval Flight Officer and completed 'Top Gun' training.
"When he came in, he brought in Wall Street-friendly people - Tim Geithner, Larry Summers - and made it clear he had no intention of bailing out homeowners, supporting trade unions".
Bill Fawcett, Retired RAF Squadron Leader FIAP MIBE MInstBE MBHI MCIM RAF(Retd.), sqnldr@talktalk.net Pearl Harbour of the financial crisis Dear Sir, Former US Treasury secretary Tim Geithner is to write a book on the Lehman collapse.
Geithner said yes, and Lacker followed up: "I spoke with Ken Lewis, president and chief executive of Bank of America, this afternoon, and he said that he appreciated what Tim Geithner was arranging by way of changes in the discount facility.
"When the history books are written, Tim Geithner is going to go down as one of our finest secretaries of the Treasury."
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner announced that the White House and Republicans remain at loggerheads with only a few weeks to go until planned spending cuts and tax rises take effect.
29, before the hurricane made landfall, NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz participated in a telephone meeting of the Financial Stability Oversight Council convened by Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner. A spokesman said FSOC members discussed financial markets and infrastructure as Hurricane Sandy approached the East Coast.
This balance was the subject of meetings congressional tax writers held last week with Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke.