Given a finitely generated $\def\CC{\mathbb C}\CC$-algebra $R$ and a $\CC$-point (maximal ideal) $p\in Spec(R)$, I define the *singularity type* of $p\in Spec(R)$ to be the isomorphism class of the completed local ring $\hat R_p$, as a $\CC$-algebra.

Do there exist non-algebraic singularity types? That is, does there exist a complete local ring with residue field $\CC$ which is formally finitely generated (i.e. has a surjection from some $\CC[[x_1,\dots, x_n]]$), but is not the complete local ring of a finitely generated $\CC$-algebra at a maximal ideal?

Googling for "non-algebraic singularity" suggests that the answer is yes, but I can't find a specific example. I would expect that it should be possible to write down a power series in two variables $f(x,y)$ so that $\CC[[x,y]]/f(x,y)$ is non-algebraic.

What is a specific formally finitely generated non-algebraic singularity?