Directs and supervises the Senior Review Examiner (Technology) (SRE), and Senior Compliance Examiner (Technology) (SCE) in support of the Division’s work in the examination and review of Compliance Related Service Providers (CRSPs).
Directs and supervises the Consumer Compliance Technology Specialists (CCTS) in support of the Regions’ work on examinations and applications related to institutions that engage, directly or indirectly, in emerging technologies, digital assets, or similar innovation initiatives.
Reviews and makes determinations on findings and examination comments and oversees the processing of memoranda and enforcement actions to determine reasonableness and adequacy regarding FDIC policy and supervisory responsibilities.
Prepares and/or reviews written cases on supervisory matters to be presented to appropriate committees and/or the FDIC Board of Directors. When appropriate, makes oral presentations of cases before these bodies and provides oral briefings to board members, their deputies, other committees of the Corporation, and Division senior management. Such briefings often occur on short notice. Meets with members of the financial community, attorneys, and other professionals in connection with FDIC supervisory activities.
Represents the Division in coordinating new and revised approaches to bank and CRSP examinations and any corresponding supervisory procedures, practices, and methods within and outside the Corporation, related to emerging technologies, digital assets, similar innovation initiatives, and CRSP oversight.
Reviews and evaluates studies, reports, and proposals regarding bank supervision policies, practices, and related matters prepared by Section staff; other Corporation personnel; other Federal agencies, and from outside Government. Supervises the formulation and refinement of procedure manuals for use by the Field Office, Regional Office, and Washington Office staff relating to the review of emerging technology at banks or CRSPs.
Reviews and evaluates legislative proposals, other studies, reports, and proposals regarding emerging technologies, digital assets, and consumer compliance matters prepared by Section staff, other Corporation personnel, other Federal agencies, and from outside Government, and reviews and assesses the impact of new legislation, technological developments, and similar matters as they relate to the compliance examination process and broader supervisory functions.
Assists the Senior Deputy Director in determining and defining new projects and in establishing the overall objectives of the Section. Responsible for performing directly and/or coordinating the performance of a wide variety of projects assigned to the Section, specifically work on bank or CRSP supervisory matters of a complex nature and particularly those involving emerging industry-driven technological innovations and approaches to conduct and deliver banking-related services and functions. Supervises and coordinates the activities and assigns projects and monitors the progress of the projects delegated to staff and personnel on detail to the Section.
Exercises supervisory personnel management authority and performs the full range of performance management duties including planning, assigning, and reviewing work products of subordinates; establishing guidelines and performance expectations; and evaluating work performance and providing feedback to others on their performance. Identifies training and developmental needs for staff.
Supervises and participates in the review of studies and audits of consumer compliance examination policies and procedures relating to emerging technology and CRSP supervision, including those conducted by the Office of the Inspector General of the General Accounting Office. Participates in meetings with representatives of these groups regarding the matters under review and is responsible for the preparation of correspondence and official responses.
Speaks at Corporation conferences and meetings with other financial institution regulators, industry representatives, and the public about the examination, supervisory or regulatory matters, particularly those related to emerging technologies, digital assets, similar innovation initiatives, and related consumer compliance issues.
Ensures that EEO and diversity plans and programs, performance measurement, employee development, and other personnel-oriented factors are executed equitably and are consistent with corporate policy, legal requirements, and the mission of DCP.
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