Stanley Fischer’s Personal Wealth Could Be $56m

Former Bank of Israel Governor, recently nominated by Obama as vice chairman of the Federal Reserve, will sell his shares of financial firms if he is confirmed for post.

Former Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer, who has been nominated by U.S. President Barack Obama as vice chairman of the Federal Reserve, has disclosed assets of as much as $56.3 million, the Bloomberg news service reported Thursday, adding that Fischer would sell his shares of financial firms if he is confirmed for the post.