Herbert M. Allison Jr.
Former Treasury secretary and business executive
Wealth class: Multimillionaire
Areas of interest:
politics & government
College: Allison is a graduate of Yale School of Management and Stanford University.
He is listed in the Muckety 400.
As an officer, director and/or owner of publicly traded securities, Allison has filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission. >> See filings
Herbert M. Allison Jr. personal relations:
Andrew Allison - son
Simin N. Allison - spouse
Herbert M. Allison Jr. past relationships:
2000 John McCain presidential campaign - national finance chairman
Alliance for Lifelong Learning Inc. - president & CEO
Atlantic Council of the United States - director
Barack Obama administration - assistant Treasury secretary
Business-Higher Education Forum - chair
Conference Board - trustee
DOE loan program - oversaw investigation of
Economic Club of New York - trustee
Fannie Mae - president & CEO
Federal Reserve Bank of New York - advisory committee member
Major deaths in 2013 - died
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. - president & COO
New York Stock Exchange - director
NYSE Group - director
Partnership for New York City - director
Solyndra, Inc. - led investigation of government loans
Stanford Graduate School of Business - advisory council member
TIAA - chairman & president & CEO
Time Warner Inc. - director
U.S. Department of the Treasury - assistant secretary
U.S. Navy - officer
Additional Muckety map information sources:
Securities and Exchange Commission;
Muckety draws information from thousands of sources. For a list of primary government and news sites, see our Sources page.
Herbert M. Allison Jr. campaign contributions:
Listed below are major federal donations reported to the FEC.
College Retirement Equities Fund PAC - $5,000 on 4/2/2008
Sandhills PAC - $5,000 on 6/27/2007
College Retirement Equities Fund PAC - $5,000 on 1/31/2007
Muckety news stories featuring Herbert M. Allison Jr.
October 29, 2011
Word is that Herb Allison, a longtime Wall Street executive with ties to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, will be tapped to head the government's $700-billion financial rescue program.
April 14, 2009