Neal Wolin has returned to the US Treasury as deputy secretary to work alongside secretary Timothy Geithner, after having left the department in 2001.
Most recently Wolin was deputy assistant and deputy counsel to the US President for economic policy, after working in several roles at Connecticut-based insurer Hartford Financial Services.
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