FHLB announces senior management changesDecember 24, 2019
FHLB Cincinnati announces changes to senior management:
- James G. "Greg" Dooley Sr., Chief Risk and Compliance Officer, will retire effective April 4, 2020, after 13 years of service to the FHLB. We thank Greg for his many years of dedicated service.
This date provides the FHLB time to ensure an effective transition period. In accordance with the FHLB's succession plan, the transition will result in the following management changes, effective January 1, 2020:
- Roger B. Batsel will take on the role of Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer with responsibility for Information Technology Operations (Info Security, Software Engineering, Technical Services & Project Management), Administrative and Correspondent Services, Records Management and Vendor Management. Roger joined the FHLB in 2014 as Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer, assumed additional responsibilities for Administrative and Correspondent Services in 2017 and became Senior Vice President, Chief Information and Operations Officer in 2018. Roger earned his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science at the University of North Carolina, Asheville and received his Master of Business Administration from Bellarmine University.
- Daniel A. Tully will step into the role of Senior Vice President, Chief Risk & Compliance Officer with responsibility for Enterprise Risk Management upon Greg’s retirement. Dan began his employment with the FHLB in 2006 as a Quantitative Risk Analyst II in F&MRA. He has held a number of progressively responsible roles including Financial Risk Manager; Financial Risk Officer; Vice President, Financial & Market Risk Analysis; and First Vice President, Financial and Market Risk Analysis. In July 2018, Dan was promoted to First Vice President, Assistant Chief Risk & Compliance Officer. Dan earned his Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and Finance from Ohio University and his Master of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Illinois.
We congratulate Roger and Dan on their promotions, and we wish Greg well in retirement.