Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Announces Officer Appointments in Cleveland and Cincinnati
The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland announced the following officer appointments, which were effective September 1, 2015 (unless otherwise noted).
The Bank’s eGov function supports the US Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service in revenue collections. eGov maintains an internet portal (Pay.gov) for payments to the government; provides a settlement mechanism (Debit Gateway) for check and ACH payments processed through multiple channels; and develops innovative eCommerce/mobile payments solutions for use by government agencies and the public.
Tom Dockman joined the Federal Reserve Bank as vice president of eCommerce Strategic Initiatives on May 26, 2015. He is responsible for leading the Bank’s eCommerce and Mobile business line. Before joining the Bank, Dockman held senior leadership positions at leading financial services and technology companies, including Mitek Systems, Ally Bank and Intuit. His responsibilities have spanned strategy, innovation, product management and professional services.
Dockman’s 20-plus years of product development and delivery experience has given him a wide range of private industry experience in the financial services, insurance and retail markets. He holds a bachelor of business administration degree from Cleveland State University.
Timothy McFadden has been named vice president, eGov Internet Channel Services. In addition to leading the Internet Channel Services function, he has responsibility for managing the US Treasury’s Pay.gov business line.
McFadden joined the Bank’s check processing department in 1987. He became a computer programmer in 1993, and subsequently held a variety of information technology positions in several departments, including Information Technology Services, Supervision and Regulation, and eGov. Most recently, McFadden served as assistant vice president, Application Development, for eGov’s Internet Channel, where he led a team that designs and develops applications for the Treasury’s Pay.gov system. McFadden holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science, with a concentration in marketing, from Cleveland State University.
Patrick Devine has been appointed assistant vice president, eGov Settlement Services. He is responsible for the payments processing operation and for project management, application development, software quality assurance, and technical support.
Devine joined the Bank in 2004 and has held various manager-level positions within the eGov department. Before joining the Bank, he held a variety of manager-level positions for financial services companies such as Sanchez Data Systems, Inc., Pittsburgh National Corporation (PNC), Fiserv, and Mellon Bank. Devine holds an MBA from Duquesne University Graduate School of Business and a bachelor of science degree from Pennsylvania State University.
Supervision and Regulation Department
Jenni Frazer was appointed vice president, with responsibility for the Bank’s large banking organization (LBO) supervision function. She leads supervisory programs for the largest and most complex banking firms in the Fourth Federal Reserve District: Fifth Third Bancorp, Huntington Bancshares, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, KeyCorp, and The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. Frazer also continues her role as the deputy regional executive at the Bank’s Cincinnati Branch.
Frazer joined the Bank as an associate examiner in 2001 and since then, has served in positions of increasing responsibility. Most recently, she was an assistant vice president with responsibility for the supervision of a portfolio of firms, including Fifth Third Bancorp, Huntington Bancshares, and Nationwide. Prior to joining the Bank, Frazer managed the commercial credit function at a community bank. She has an MBA in finance from the University of Dayton and a bachelor of science degree in business from Wright State University. She also has a credit risk certification from the Risk Management Association.
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is one of 12 regional Reserve Banks that along with the Board of Governors in Washington DC comprise the Federal Reserve System. Part of the US central bank, the Cleveland Fed participates in the formulation of our nation’s monetary policy, supervises banking organizations, provides payment and other services to financial institutions and to the US Treasury, and performs many activities that support Federal Reserve operations System-wide. In addition, the Bank supports the well-being of communities across the Fourth Federal Reserve District through a wide array of research, outreach, and educational activities.
The Cleveland Fed, with branches in Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, serves an area that comprises Ohio, western Pennsylvania, eastern Kentucky, and the northern panhandle of West Virginia.
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