12/01/2021 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 12/01/2021 07:01
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond announces the following appointments in its Supervision, Regulation and Credit department:
Natalie DePasquale has been named vice president with responsibility for leading a team designing and directing the supervision for Bank of America Corporation. She has been an assistant vice president and the central point of contact for the team supervising Capital One.
Prior to joining the Richmond Fed, DePasquale worked for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network and the San Francisco Fed. She earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from Misericordia University. Her promotion was effective December 1.
Kevin Golden has been appointed as assistant vice president leading a team of Federal Reserve System examiners with responsibility for cyber and IT governance and controls at large financial institutions. The promotion was effective October 1.
Golden joined the Richmond Fed in 2013 and has worked as a principal examiner on the cyber and IT team and in supervision of Bank of America. Previously, he worked in various roles for PNC Bank. He earned a bachelor's degree in management information systems from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Ryan Rehorn has been named an assistant vice president leading a Federal Reserve System team with responsibility for evaluating capital planning and financial risk management at large financial institutions. He previously worked in other roles within the Fed's Large Institution Supervision Coordinating Committee and for the Richmond Fed team supervising Bank of America.
Rehorn joined the Richmond Fed in 2000 as an assistant examiner. He earned a bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Tennessee. His promotion was effective August 16.
As part of our nation's central bank, the Richmond Fed is one of 12 regional Reserve Banks working together with the Board of Governors to support a healthy economy and deliver on our mission to foster economic stability and strength. We connect with community and business leaders across the Fifth Federal Reserve District - including the Carolinas, District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, and most of West Virginia - to monitor economic conditions, address issues facing our communities, and share this information with monetary and financial policymakers. We also work with banks to ensure they are operating safely and soundly, supply financial institutions with currency that's fit for distribution, and provide a safe and efficient way to transfer funds through our nation's payments system.