Biographical summary for Timothy Geithner

Timothy Geithner, comparatively young for the position of President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York at 42, rose rapidly after joining the US Treasury in 1988, emerging as a key figure during the 1990s international financial crises and becoming international under-secretary in 1998. He joined the IMF in 2001 following the change of US administration and is well known on the international economics circuit.

Source: New York Fed

Timothy F. Geithner

Director, Policy Development and Review

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