Goldman Sachs appoints Lubke as chief regulatory reform officer


Theo Lubke has ended his 15-year career at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to take a role at Goldman Sachs as chief regulatory reform officer. Lubke began his new job at the start of December, and will advise senior executives at the firm in the implementation of regulatory changes.

From 2007, Lubke led the New York Fed's efforts to reform the derivatives market, an approach initiated in 2005 by US Treasury secretary Timothy Geithner, who was president of the regulator at the time.

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