Hanmi appoints Thomas Williams to its board
Mr. Williams began his career in 1985 with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), a division of the U.S. Treasury Department as a National Bank Examiner.
After spending ten years with the OCC, Mr. Williams joined the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco as a Principal Examiner for five years, where he had lead responsibility for the supervision of Wells Fargo and served on the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision's Credit Risk Modeling Task Force.
Since 2000, Mr. Williams has been in the private sector as the Director of Regulatory Relations at Silicon Valley Bank in Santa Clara, California for six years; the Executive Director of Commercial Credit Review at Capital One in New York for two years.
Most recently, and until his retirement last May, Mr. Williams was for four years a Senior Vice President and Chief Risk Officer of BofI Federal Bank in San Diego, California, where he oversaw all risk-related functions, including Policies, Vendor Management, Model Risk Management, Internal Audit, Regulatory Affairs, Credit Review, Compliance and Enterprise Risk Management.
Mr. Williams has a B.S. degree in Economics from the University of South Dakota. ■
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