FHFA Announces Three Key Appointments


“As Acting Deputy Director of DHMG, Naa Awaa’s decision-making and political judgment exemplified the idea that security and soundness and fair access to credit are complementary rather than mutually exclusive concepts,” commented Thompson.

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Meanwhile, Stallings is currently the Examiner in Charge of the Fannie Mae Examinations Office within the Business Regulation Division (DER). He will assume his new role as Deputy Director of DBR on August 15. Previously, he was Examiner in Charge of the Freddie Mac Examinations Office and the Boston and Cincinnati FHLBanks.

Dickerson served as the first Deputy Director of DER. Since its founding in 2008, he has held a variety of leadership positions, including Examiner in Charge of Freddie Mac and Special Advisor in Supervision at DER. Prior to FHFA, Dickerson served as OFHEO’s Director of Supervision and Chief Compliance Examiner for 11 years.

“Through his previous roles as Examiner in Charge of the Federal Home Loan Banks of Boston and Cincinnati (FHLBanks) as well as both companies, I know that Joshua has an unwavering commitment to FHFA’s mission and will ensure the safe and sound operation of FHLBanks and Office of Finance,” Thompson said. “Chris provided me with extensive subject matter expertise and institutional knowledge.”


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