New York Federal Reserve Bank President William Dudley, a key figure in the unprecedented government response to the financial crisis, is expected to announce his retirement as soon as next week, according to several people familiar with his plans.Dudley, who has has headed the bank since 2009, will likely retire sometime in the spring or summer of 2018 when his replacement is found and approved, sources told CNBC. His term ends in January 2019. A search committee has already been formed.Dudley, who will be 65 next year, took the helm of the New York Fed when the banking system was still in the throes of the worst financial crisis of the post-war era.
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