On November 29, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas announced the appointment of Emily Greenwald as senior vice president responsible for banking supervision and regulation, as well as credit, risk and reserves management. Her appointment is effective January 1, 2023.
Greenwald has spent 17 years at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, where she currently serves as senior vice president for national programs, policy and risk in the supervision and regulation department. She began her career examining community banks at the Chicago Fed and has progressed into leadership roles that include capital markets oversight and supervising regional and large banks. In 2009, Greenwald was awarded the William Taylor Award for Excellence in Banking Supervision.
Greenwald is a commissioned bank examiner and holds both a bachelor’s degree and an MBA degree from Southeast Missouri State University.