Regulators/positions, term ending dates (nominations)

Names, positions and term-ending dates for federal financial institution regulators
AGENCYPOSITIONREGULATOR NAMETERM ENDS
CFPBDirectorChopra, Rohit2026, September
FDICChairmanMcWilliams, Jelena2023, May
FDICVice Chairman(Vacant)(Vacant)
FDICDirector (Appointive)Gruenberg, Martin2018, Dec.
FDICDirector (Acting Comptroller of the Currency)Hsu, Michael J.Undetermined (Hsu succeeded Blake Paulson as Acting Comptroller May 10, 2021, upon designation by Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen))
FDICDirector (CFPB Director)Chopra, Rohit2026, September
Federal ReserveVice ChairClarida, Richard2022, Jan.
Federal ReserveMemberBrainard, Lael2026, Jan. (Nominated as vice chair of board, Nov. 22, 2021)
Federal ReserveChairPowell, Jerome2022, Feb. (as board member: 2028, Jan.); renominated as chair, Nov. 21, 2021
Federal ReserveVice Chair for supervision(Vacant)(Vacant)
Federal ReserveMemberBowman, Michelle "Miki" 2034, Jan. (confirmed by Senate to full 14-year term as governor.)
Federal ReserveMemberWaller, Christopher2030, Jan. (President Donald Trump tweeted intention July 2, 2019; Trump notifies Senate of intention, Jan. 16, 2020; Senate confirmed Dec. 3, 2020)
NCUAVice ChairmanHauptman, Kyle S.2025, Aug. (White House announced intention to nominate June 15 (to replace J. Mark McWatters, term experied (resigned, Nov. 20, 2020)). Senate confirmed Dec. 2, 2020; sworn in Dec. 3 -- designated vice chairman Jan. 5, 2021)
NCUAMemberHood, Rodney2023, Aug. (Jan. 2019: re-nominated to NCUA Board, succeeding Rick Metsger (term expired), Senate confirms by unanimous consent March 14; designated chairman by President Trump April 8, 2019. Jan. 25, 2021, Harper named chairman, Hood remains on board as member.))
NCUAChairmanHarper, Todd M. 2021, April; UPDATE: Aug. 6, 2021, President Biden announces intention to nominate Harper to term ending April 2027 (continuing as chairman)
OCCActing Comptroller of the Currency Hsu, Michael J.Undetermined (Hsu succeeded Blake Paulson as Acting Comptroller May 10, 2021, upon designation by Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen. On Sept. 23, 2021, President Biden nominated Saule T. Omarova to a full, five-year term as comptroller, subject to Senate confirmation.)