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Louis N. Sanfelice






Louis N. Sanfelice handles TTG regulatory and strategic planning matters, with particular emphasis on corporate governance, management review, organizational structure, capital adequacy analysis, asset quality review, earnings and liquidity management assessment, risk management, bank crisis management, and BSA/AML issues. During his 37-year career with the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, he held Bank Supervision and Regulation positions ranging from on-site field examiner to Vice President of the Bank Supervision, Regulation and Credit Department, responsible for enforcement activities and prompt corrective actions, problem bank resolutions, and domestic and international field operations.
 
  • Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia (1964-2002): Mr. Sanfelice was Vice President of the Philadelphia Federal Reserve's Bank Supervision Division, responsible for enforcement activities and prompt corrective actions, problem bank resolutions, and domestic and international field operations. Over time, he was involved in virtually every aspect of bank supervision and regulation, with additional responsibilities managing the discount window function, overseeing the marketing of check processing, and other Federal Reserve services. Mr. Sanfelice developed and implemented Federal Reserve supervisory policies covering risk-based supervision, crisis management, risk containment and business continuity planning, anti-money laundering compliance and suspicious activity reporting requirements, and de novo bank supervision, among other matters. Mr. Sanfelice emphasized issue-based open forums for bank officers and directors, and instituted a vigorous program for direct meetings with bank boards regarding regulatory compliance and fiduciary responsibilities of the directors.
  • International Monetary Fund (2002–2005): Following retirement from the Federal
    Reserve, Mr. Sanfelice spent four years working for the IMF including a specific
    two-year assignment as Resident Advisor for Bank Supervision to an Eastern European
    Central Bank, providing guidance to the Central Bank Governor and staff on crisis
    management, development of a robust and strategic bank supervisory regime, AML
    policies and compliance, and other Central Bank issues.
  • Villanova University (BS 1964); management and leadership programs sponsored by
    the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Financial Institution Examination
    Council.
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