Harry Dexter White (9 October 1892 – 16 August 1948) was an American economist and covert member of the Templar Order, working for Abstergo Industries. He participated in the Bretton Woods Conference and the formation of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
Eventually, White betrayed the Templar Order in order to warn the Soviet Government of Abstergo's intentions, making him a top target of the company. In 1948, White was accused of leading a Russian espionage ring operating within the United States Treasury. He was killed in his home by Abstergo operatives in the same year.