Daleep Singh is the Chief US Economist of SPX International, a global investment firm. He is
also a nonresident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Global Business and Economics
Program, and an adjunct senior fellow at the Center for New American Security’s Energy,
Economics, and Security Program. Previously, he served President Obama and Secretaries
Geithner and Lew from 2011 to 2017, most recently acting as an Assistant Secretary of the
Treasury. During his tenure, Mr. Singh became a trusted adviser to the administration's
economic leadership on broad matters of economics, capital markets, and financial stability.
Upon leaving the Treasury in 2017, Mr. Singh received the Departments highest honor
(Alexander Hamilton award) in recognition of his contributions.

Before joining Treasury, Mr. Singh worked for Goldman Sachs in New York and London; separately, he helped to launch a US-based asset management firm that has subsequently grown to over $10 billion in size.

Mr. Singh received his BA from Duke University as a double major in public policy and economics. He also received an MBA from MIT and an MPA from Harvard’s Kennedy School. Born in Maryland and raised in North Carolina, Mr. Singh lives in Washington, DC with his wife and three kids.