Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Institutions
The Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Institutions is an official in the United States Department of the Treasury who is the head of the Office of Financial Institutions. In June 2017, President Donald Trump nominated Christopher Campbell to the position. He was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on August 3, 2017.
According to U.S. statute, there are ten Assistant Secretaries of the Treasury appointed by the President of the United States with the advice and consent of the United States Senate. The Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Institutions reports to the Under Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance, who in turn reports to the United States Secretary of the Treasury and the United States Deputy Secretary of the Treasury.
List of Assistant Secretaries of the Treasury for Financial Institutions (Incomplete)
|Name||Assumed Office||Left Office||President Appointed By||Secretary Served Under|
|Richard S. Carnell||1993||1999||Bill Clinton||Lloyd Bentsen, Robert Rubin|
|Gregory Baer||1999||2001||Bill Clinton||Robert Rubin, Larry Summers|
|Sheila Bair||2001||2002||George W. Bush||Paul O'Neill|
|Wayne A. Abernathy||2003||2005||George W. Bush||John W. Snow|
|Emil Henry||2005||2007||George W. Bush||John W. Snow, Henry Paulson|
|David Nason||March 2007||March 2009||George W. Bush||Henry Paulson|
|Michael Barr||May 2009||January 2010||Barack Obama||Timothy Geithner|
|Cyrus Amir-Mokri||November 2011||April 2014||Barack Obama||Timothy Geithner|
|Christopher Campbell||2017||2018||Donald Trump||Steven Mnuchin|
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