Biden to name New York Fed's Singh as deputy security adviser

WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden has picked Daleep Singh, the head of the markets team at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, as a top aide on international economic issues, the regional central bank said on Friday.
Singh will leave the bank in mid-February to become Biden's deputy national security adviser as well as deputy national economic council director, key policy development and diplomatic roles, the New York Fed said.
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