Three personnel changes in risk management supervision (RMS) and depositor and consumer protection departments (DCP) were announced Monday by the federal insurer of bank deposits.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) said that:
- John P. Henrie is now Atlanta Regional Director, directing both RMS and DCP supervision programs for banks in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. A 33-year veteran of the agency, the FDIC said, Henrie has held a number of leadership positions within RMS, most recently as deputy regional director for the Atlanta region and acting regional director for the Chicago region. He started with FDIC as a bank examiner in the Concord, New Hampshire, field office and served as a field supervisor in Atlanta, case manager in Boston, and section chief and review examiner in the headquarters office. He is a graduate of Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. He fills the vacancy created by the retirement of Michael J. Dean in 2020.
- Rae-Ann Miller is now senior deputy director, supervisory examinations, overseeing safety and soundness examination, applications, and enforcement action programs and policy for RMS. Also a veteran with the agency with 30 years’ service, she has likewise held leadership positions, including within the division of insurance and research and the office of the deputy to the chairman and chief operating officer. Within RMS, she most recently served as associate director for risk management policy. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Kings College, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., with a Bachelor of Science in business administration and a graduate of the National Trust School at Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Shereplaces James C. Watkins, who retired from the FDIC in September 2020 after more than 40 years of government service.
- Bobby R. Bean is now the deputy director, capital markets and accounting policy, overseeing capital and accounting regulations and policy for RMS. Like the others, he has long service with the agency (more than 30 years), and has held leadership positions within RMS and the office of the vice chairman. He also served with the Federal Reserve Board, the former Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp., and in the private sector. He was most recently associate director for capital markets policy in the Washington office. He holds a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Pfeiffer University, Meisenheimer, N.C.; a Masters of Accounting from the University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler Business School, Chapel Hill; and a Masters of Business Administration from the Johns Hopkins University, Carey Business School, Baltimore, Md. He is currently a candidate for a Doctor of Business Administration at The University of Dallas, Irving, Texas.