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Thomas C. Baxter Jr.

Executive Vice President of Legal and General Counsel, The Federal Reserve Bank of New York
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Background

Thomas C. Baxter, Jr. has been Executive Vice President of Legal and General Counsel of The Federal Reserve Bank of New York since March 1995. Mr. Baxter's principal responsibility is to supervise the day-to-day operation of the New York Fed's legal group, which includes the protection function. He also served as Deputy General Counsel of The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, (equivalent to Senior Vice President) since September 1993. He joined The Federal Reserve Bank ...

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33 Liberty Street
New York, New York 10045

United States

Phone: 212-720-6130
Fax: 212-720-7459

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BA 1976
University of Rochester
LLB 1979
Georgetown University Law School

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