Fed's Warsh mooted as Geithner's successor

Kevin Warsh, a governor of the Federal Reserve, has been tipped to succeed Tim Geithner at the helm of the New York Fed.

Warsh is regarded as an expert on securities markets who would be able to handle the intellectual demands placed on him as the Fed's ambassador to Wall Street.

He spent seven years as a member of Morgan Stanley's M&A team, before moving to Washington to advise the president on the US economy, capital markets, securities, banking and insurance issues. He also participated in

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