Treasury Secretary

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Synonyms for Treasury Secretary

the person who holds the secretaryship of the Treasury Department

the position of the head of the Treasury Department

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Visa, Inc founder Dee Hock, former Citibank head John Reed and former treasury secretary Lawrence H Summers joined Xapo.
Democrats criticized Summers for his support for deregulating parts of the banking sector while he was Treasury secretary under President Bill Clinton.
The Treasury secretary cannot come from Wall Street or be affiliated with one of the big banks.
US TREASURY secretary Timothy Geithner who lived in the Indian Capital from 1968 to 1973, when his father was the deputy resident representative for the Ford Foundation in New Delhi, got a chance to revive his childhood links with the city.
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.
I think we've avoided the darkest and most difficult scenario," said Snow, who served as Treasury secretary under George W.
PRESIDENT-ELECT Barack Obama has named Timothy Geithner, head of the New York Federal Reserve, as his treasury secretary.
Deputy Treasury Secretary Robert Kimmitt will attend a finance ministers' meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Australia on Aug.
TIGTA also produces an annual letter to the Treasury Secretary with its views on the management and performance challenges facing the IRS in the current year.
WASHINGTON -- The Bush administration will review the regulations governing the operation of America's financial markets to make sure that they don't harm this country's ability to compete in the global economy, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said Monday.
Henry Paulson, the new Treasury secretary, has made the wide gap between rich and poor Americans one of the nation's top, long-term economic challenges.
During a Senate Banking Committee hearing in May, Treasury Secretary John Snow faced bipartisan criticism for the Bush administration's decision to refrain from naming China as a currency manipulator.
Treasury Secretary nominee Henry Paulson ''would take a weak-dollar policy toward Asian currencies,'' said Daisuke Uno, market strategist for Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp.
chairman and chief executive of Goldman Sachs Group, to succeed John Snow as Treasury secretary.
A February 22, 2006 Prensa Latina (Havana) story quoted the Chilean Treasury Secretary as follows.