The FDIC has a new ombudsman. M. Anthony Lowe takes over the job that involves interacting with bankers, other industry representatives, community groups and members of the public regarding questions and concerns about FDIC policies and regulations.
Lowe will work from Chicago and begin on July 2. He replaces Cottrell Webster, who has retired, according to the federal agency.
Lowe has worked for the FDIC for 32 years, and since September 2008 has served as the agency’s Chicago Regional Director for the divisions of Risk Management Supervision and Depositor and Consumer Protection. Before that, his work at the FDIC included deputy regional director, risk management, for the Dallas region and case manager.
Kansas City Regional Director James D. LaPierre will serve as the acting regional director in Chicago through Sept. 29, 2017, during the search for a permanent replacement, the agency said. John R. Jilovec, the deputy regional director for risk management in Kansas City, will serve as acting regional director in Kansas City.
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