Steven S. Saeger
Ph.D. and M.A., economics, Harvard University; B.S., economics, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; CFA charterholder
Summary of Experience:
Dr. Saeger specializes in the application of economic and financial analysis to complex commercial problems, with a particular focus on matters related to banking and financial institutions, valuation, and tax litigation. He has managed teams supporting academic and industry experts in a variety of cases, including disputes related to underwriter due diligence, tax and transfer pricing, structured finance, securities lending, and class certification.
Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Saeger gained significant regulatory and policy experience in international banking and finance issues. He held several positions at the U.S. Department of the Treasury during the Asian financial crisis, including Deputy Director of the Office of East Asian Nations and Special Assistant to Assistant Secretary for International Affairs Timothy Geithner. Dr. Saeger also worked on banking supervision issues at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, where his responsibilities included analysis of the Japanese banking crisis and leadership of the bank's International Supervision Unit.
RISK AND SYSTEMATICALLY IMPORTANT FIRMS
Vice Presidents James Rosberg and Steven Saeger consider how "risky but systemically important" companies might be designated as such under new oversight.