Matthew Rutherford played a key role as the Treasury navigated the global financial crisis, the first downgrade of U.S. government securities and a record budget deficit. What lies ahead for him will be much subtler.
Matthew Rutherford, who oversees the U.S. Treasury’s debt-management office, was nominated by President Barack Obama to be the department’s assistant secretary for financial markets.
"We're trying to separate out the debt-ceiling debate from this."
- Matthew Rutherford on May 08, 2014