Sorry to see him leave.

He would have made a good Fed Chairman with his comprehensive understanding of monetary operations.

Hopefully he’s leaving to come back via an appointment that would put him on the FOMC.

Fed’s Madigan to Retire as Top Monetary Adviser

By Scott Lanman

April 12 (Bloomberg) — The Federal Reserve said Brian Madigan, the top staff adviser on interest-rate policy and an architect of the emergency-lending programs during the financial crisis, will retire later this year.

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