Ric Brunskill

Senior Vice President, Supervision and Regulation

Richard Brunskill


Richard Brunskill is a senior vice president in the Supervision and Regulation department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Brunskill is responsible for the Regional & Community Supervision division, which is primarily responsible for coordinating and executing on the risk-focused supervision of state member community banks and bank holding companies with $100 billion or less in total consolidated assets, along with the small shell holding companies and savings and loan holding companies with less than $1 billion in total consolidated assets located within the District.

Brunskill joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in 2010 and has held roles as a senior examiner, portfolio manager and assistant vice president in both operational and supervisory roles. He has held functional responsibilities over specialty risk examinations, problem banks, resource scheduling, process improvement, and examination support.

Brunskill began his regulatory career with the Illinois Department of Financial Institutions as a bank examiner. He went on to serve as field supervisor and district supervisor. In 2003, Brunskill was appointed to serve as director for Chicago Bank Supervision, where he oversaw the regulation of Illinois state chartered commercial banks, savings banks, and foreign bank branches located in Chicago and the surrounding suburban market.

Brunskill graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University with a degree in economics, and from the Graduate School of Banking in Colorado. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst charter holder.

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