Columbia Business School is proud to announce that President George Bush nominated Brian Carlton Roseboro ’83 to be under secretary of the treasury for domestic finance. The position would make Roseboro the Treasury’s top domestic finance official, overseeing a number of areas including debt management and enterprise policy.
Roseboro joined the Bush administration in 2001 as assistant secretary of the treasury for financial markets. He has been active, working on several committees and boards, including the President’s Working Group on Financial Markets. For the past month, Roseboro has been serving as acting under secretary for domestic finance.
Before joining the administration, Roseboro served as deputy director of market risk management for the American International Group and as director and risk management adviser for the Swiss Bank Corporation in New York.