Senior Vice President, Supervision and Regulation
Emily Greenwald directs the National Programs, Policy, and Risk division within the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago's Supervision and Regulation (S&R) department as a Senior Vice President. In this capacity, she oversees S&R’s national program supervisory roles, including the Wholesale Credit Risk Center (WCRC) and Shared National Credit (SNC) Reserve Bank Partner functions, in which the Chicago Fed has direct responsibility for executing on behalf of, and working in close partnership with, the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. Greenwald also directs 7th District national program involvement in the Large Institution Supervision Coordinating Committee (LISCC) supervisory portfolio and supervisory stress testing programs. She directs policy work for the department, including support for President Evans on supervision topics, Federal Advisory Committee support, and local policy implementation monitoring. Greenwald is a member of the LISCC Operating Committee, a group of senior officers across the nation that helps to oversee the execution of the LISCC supervisory program.
Prior to her current role, Greenwald most recently led the WCRC and SNC Reserve Bank Partner function and has previous Vice President experience over a variety of risk disciplines within Supervision & Regulation. She also has served on a variety of Federal Reserve System and Interagency working groups in her previous leadership roles. She began her career at the Chicago Fed in 2005 examining community banks, progressed to a capital markets subject matter expert supervising community, regional, and large banks, and has taken on leadership roles of expanded scope and responsibility since 2010. Greenwald is a commissioned bank examiner and holds both an M.B.A. and B.S. from Southeast Missouri State University.