"Just looking at what is happening at the world economy, I certainly expect India to play a greater role," he told a group of select foreign journalists, including PTI, on the eve of US President Barack Obama's departure for London to participate in the G20 Summit on April 2.
But what role countries like India would want to play, would depend on the governments, Geithner said. "Those judgments, those governments would have to make," he said in response to a question.
Geithner insisted that the US is advocating for an acceleration of the completion of the next review of the IMF quotas to January 2011 in order to see a further shift in voice and vote to emerging market and developing countries.
These institutions should be better reflective of realties of the present time and have a more balanced sets of obligations and responsibilities, he said.
"We are committed to accelerate the quota review, and to lay out a clear roadmap to an agreement on set of that governance change; changes in voting rights and shares and responsibilities that come with change of that review," he said in reply to a question related to India.