Melissa Love-Greenfield is the new deputy comptroller for systemic risk identification and support (SyRIS) within the regulator of national banks’ supervision risk and analysis division, the agency said Wednesday.
According to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), Love-Greenfield starts the job Jan. 29 and will oversee the identification, evaluation and tackling of risks that affect the OCC’s mission. She will also oversee the agency’s supervision risk management team and managing the OCC’s National Risk Committee processes, the agency said.
The OCC said she is a 30-year veteran of supervision, including in midsize and community bank supervision, large bank supervision, bank supervision policy, and SyRIS. The agency said her most recent role was associate deputy comptroller for operational risk, governance, and technology for SyRIS. In that role, the OCC said, she managed lead expert teams covering risk disciplines of enterprise governance, operational risk and technology. She also oversaw the agency’s participation in the interagency coordinated cybersecurity review and the significant service provider programs, OCC said.
According to the agency, she is a graduate of Auburn University and The George Washington University. She holds a certified information systems auditor (CISA) professional certification from the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), the OCC said.