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Margaret Lyford Greene

Margaret Lyford Greene, American banker. Wellesley College scholar, 1963-1964; Columbia University presidential fellow, 1966-1967; Garth fellow, 1966-1967. Member American Economic Association, FOREX United States of America, Council on Foreign Relations Clubs: Orleans Yacht (Massachusetts); Stone Horse Yacht (Harwich Port, Massachusetts).

Background

  • Greene, Margaret Lyford was born on September 12, 1942 in New Rochelle, New York, United States. Daughter of Lyford Norman and Margaret Emma-Louise (Kluge) Greene.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Economics, Wellesley College, 1964. Master of Arts in Economics, Columbia University, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, Columbia University, 1972.

    Career

    • Research assistant International Economics Workshop Columbia University, New York City, 1964-1966. Economist international research and foreign departments Federal Reserve Bank, 1967-1972, chief finance statistics division, statistics department, 1972, manager foreign department, 1972, assistant vice president foreign department, 1974, vice president foreign exchange function, 1977-1983, senior vice president foreign exchange function, since 1984. Lecturer School Management, Vanderbilt University, Nashville.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Member American Economic Association, FOREX United States of America, Council on Foreign Relations Clubs: Orleans Yacht (Massachusetts). Stone Horse Yacht (Harwich Port, Massachusetts).

    Connections

    • Married Edwin H. Yeo, III, September 30, 1978. Stepchildren– Andrew Yeo, Douglas Yeo.
    • father: Lyford Norman Greene
    • mother: Margaret Emma-Louise (Kluge) Greene
    • spouse: Edwin H. Yeo
    • children: Andrew Yeo Greene
    • Douglas Yeo Greene
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    Born September 12, 1942
    (age 74)
    Nationality
    • 1964
      Wellesley College
    • 1966
      Columbia University
    • 1972
      Columbia University
    • 1964 - 1966
      Research assistant, International Economics Workshop Columbia University
    • 1967 - 1972
      economist, international research and foreign departments Federal Reserve Bank
    • 1972
      economist, international research and foreign departments Federal Reserve Bank
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