12/06/2019 | Press release | Archived content
ST. LOUIS ― The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has named Carl White to succeed Julie Stackhouse as the Bank's top managing officer for Banking Supervision, Credit, Community Development and Learning Innovation, upon Stackhouse's planned retirement in early March. She will retire from a career with the Federal Reserve that spanned three Reserve banks, multiple leadership responsibilities at the regional and national level, and more than 34 years of service, 17 of which have been at the St. Louis Fed.
In his new role as senior vice president, White will oversee the Bank's responsibilities across its seven-state Federal Reserve district for examining and inspecting state‐chartered banks that are members of the Federal Reserve System, bank holding companies, savings and loan holding companies, and financial holding companies. The district includes Arkansas and portions of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee.
White has 32 years of experience in bank supervision at the St. Louis Fed. He began his career as a field examiner, and most recently he has been serving as vice president overseeing Applications, Credit Discount/Payment Risk Management, Statistics and Structure, Community Banking Research and Outreach, and other functions.
He holds a bachelor's degree in finance from Saint Louis University.