Press Release
New York Fed Names Helen Mucciolo Executive Vice President and Head of the Corporate Group
July 6, 2015

NEW YORK—The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has appointed Helen Mucciolo executive vice president, principal financial officer, and head of the Bank's Corporate Group.  She will also serve on the Bank’s Management Committee.  Ms. Mucciolo’s appointment was made by the Bank’s Board of Directors and will be effective August 1, 2015.

As head of the Corporate Group, Ms. Mucciolo will oversee the financial management, business continuity, and real estate and general support functions of the Bank.  

William C. Dudley, president and chief executive officer of the New York Fed, said, “Over the years, I have admired Helen’s ability to successfully take on some of the Bank’s biggest challenges.  We will benefit from her tremendous experience, skill and commitment to public service.”

Ms. Mucciolo has more than 20 years of experience with the Bank, including most recently within the Financial Services Group, where she has been responsible for the Bank’s cash and custody services.  Prior to that, she worked in the Financial Institutions Supervision Group, where she focused on Resolution and Recovery Planning, and also led the Investment Support Office, which was responsible for overseeing and coordinating all matters related to the portfolio of assets associated with the Bank’s extensions of credit in connection with JPMorgan Chase and Co.’s acquisition of Bear Stearns Companies Inc., and the restructuring of American International Group. 

She has held several other management positions with the Bank including in the operational risk department, the subcommittee on credit risk management administration office, markets’ accounting and the discount window.

Ms. Mucciolo received a B.S. degree from Syracuse University in finance and accounting and a M.B.A in finance from Pace University.  She is also a Chartered Financial Analyst.

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