Meet Gustavo
Bank Supervision
  • Where are you from?


  • What is your educational background?

    I have a B.A. in economics from Loyola University and an MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.

  • When did you start at the Bank?


  • What do you do at the Bank?

    As a Deputy Central Point of Contact, I lead a team of specialty and regional examiners in the supervision and regulation of one of the largest institutions in the world. Our objectives are to ensure the safety, soundness and compliance with money laundering and sanctions rules of this organization.

  • Why do you like working here?

    The Bank’s values of respect, responsibility, integrity and operational excellence resonate with me.

  • "I am proud to be, in some small way, a part of a mission that centers on contributing to the stability of the financial system, nationally and globally."
  • It is also a great opportunity to work in an academic and intellectually stimulating environment that continues to evolve in our changing banking landscape.

  • What makes for a successful Chicago Fed employee?

    Chicago Fed is a satisfying place to work for someone who seeks an intellectually stimulating environment that has a mission geared toward serving consumers and the safety and soundness of the banking system. It’s also an environment for someone who values work-life balance and a place that is committed to diversity of thought and inclusion of all individuals.

  • What do you do in your free time?

    In my free time, I am involved in community and national civic activities, raising a family, and enjoying great meals with extended family and friends.

  • What is your favorite quote or saying?

    “Small steps add up to big steps.”
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