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Timothy Geithner to Lead Warburg Pincus as President

TimothyGeithner_WarburgPincus_EMTimothy Geithner, former treasury secretary, will serve as president and managing director at New York-based private equity firm Warburg Pincus starting in March 2014, Reuters reported Saturday.

Lisa Shumaker and Julie Steenhuysen write Geithner will help oversee business strategies, investments, funding, organizational structure, portfolio and investor relations.

Geithner was a key economic adviser in the Obama administration and helped the government execute initiatives aimed at rebuilding the nation’s financial system, Reuters reports.

He led the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as president and CEO between 2003 and 2008.

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