Robert H. Dugger

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Robert H. Dugger "is a Managing Director of Tudor Investment Corporation, a global funds management company participating in major debt, equity, currency, and commodity markets worldwide.

"He was previously Director for Policy and Chief Economist at the American Bankers Association, where he led the panel of nationally recognized bank officers to develop a plan to deal with the U.S. savings and loan crisis.

"The report of the panel proposed establishing the Resolution Trust Corporation and served as the starting point of the efforts in 1989 to deal with the S&L problem.

"Mr. Dugger also served as the Chief Economist of the Senate Banking Committee and Senior Staff Member of the Financial Institutions Subcommittee of the House Banking Committee.

"He has also held various positions with the Federal Reserve Board.

"Mr. Dugger is a member of the board of directors of Generations United and a commissioner of the CSIS Global Aging Initiative.

"Mr. Dugger received his BA from Davidson College and his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill." [1]

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  1. Robert H. Dugger, The Globalist, accessed September 24, 2007.
  2. Leadership, Institute for New Economic Thinking, accessed April 7, 2011.