Dallas Fed Research Head Steps Down

Law360, New York (August 13, 2013, 6:18 PM EDT) -- A longtime veteran of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas is stepping down from his post as research director and executive vice president, closing the door on 43 years of service with the bank.

Harvey Rosenblum will retire Oct. 31, having served as the head of research since 1985 and as executive vice president for the last eight years, the bank said on Monday. The economist departs well known for tackling the issue of banks “too big to fail,” joining Dallas Fed President Richard W. Fisher...
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