Neil Soss, Ph.D.
“How Does the Current Business Cycle Inform the Long-Run Outlook?
Managing Director & Chief Economist, Credit Suisse First Boston Neal Soss is a Managing Director of Credit Suisse First Boston and Chief Economist, based in New York. He is a member of the Chairman's Board of CSFB. Prior to joining the Firm in 1984, Soss was with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. As a vice president there, his responsibilities included bank supervision and foreign relations. During a two-year leave from the Fed, he was assistant to chairman Paul A. Volcker of the Federal Reserve Board. Soss's experience in Washington also includes two years as director of the Banking Research and Economic Analysis Division in the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Soss has also held various positions in New York State government, including three years in the New York State Banking Department as both deputy and first deputy superintendent of banks. As chief economist in the office of Secretary to the Governor during the Carey administration, he acted as liaison between state economic regulation and promotion agencies and the Governor. Soss earned his masters and Ph.D. in economics at Princeton University.
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