WASHINGTON — President Bush plans to nominate American International Group executive Brian Carlton Roseboro, a former Federal Reserve Bank official, to be assistant Treasury secretary for financial markets, the White House announced Wednesday.

Mr. Roseboro, who was the New York Fed’s chief dealer for foreign exchange trading in the mid-1980s, is AIG’s deputy director of market risk management. Before that he had been a risk management adviser at SBC Warburg Dillon Reed, and before that he had worked at the First National Bank of Chicago.

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