The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago has named Michael Keppler a Senior Vice President and Executive Committee Member – Cash and Central Bank Services. The appointment was effective November 1.
In this role, Keppler will provide direction and oversight to advance business practices, skills and expertise, and an inclusive culture. He will lead the Cash and Central Bank Services functions to ensure high-quality financial reporting and lending and payment services to Seventh District financial institutions.
Prior to his new role, Keppler served as the Chicago Fed’s Vice President of Central Bank Services starting in 2017, and during the pandemic, he has been overseeing Central Bank Services’ support of the Paycheck Protection Program.
Keppler began his career with the Chicago Fed in 1993 in its Detroit Branch and moved to the bank’s headquarters in Chicago in 2001 as an Accounting Manager. He became Assistant Vice President District Finance in 2007 before joining Central Bank Services in 2014 as the Bank’s Discount Window Officer.
Keppler received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan-Dearborn and a master’s degree in business administration from Loyola University Chicago.