FHLBanks Get New Deputy Director of Regulation

by devteam April 12th, 2013 | Share

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has announced that FredrnC. Graham will become Deputy Director of the Division of Federal Home Loan BankrnRegulation.  Graham has served in severalrnprevious positions at FHFA, most recently as Acting Deputy Director of thernDivision of Supervision Policy and Support and as Senior Associate Director ofrnthe Office of Risk Analysis.</p

In announcing thernappointment Acting FHFA Director Edward J. DeMarco said, “Fred has been arntremendous asset to FHFA and I look forward to his leadership in his new rolernguiding the regulation and supervision of the Federal Home Loan Banks,” saidrnDeMarco. “I am grateful to him for the leadership he displayed as Acting DeputyrnDirector of DSPS and know that he will be an excellent supervisor of thernFederal Home Loan Banks going forward.” </p

Graham, who will assume his new responsibilities immediately,rnjoined FHFA when it was established in 2008 from his position as a seniorrneconomist with the Federal Housing Finance Board, an FHFA predecessor. He alsornhas worked at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and has taughtrneconomics at American University and the University of Texas at Arlington. Hernholds a Ph.D. from the University of Virginia.

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