Bill Baxter serves as a Senior Policy Analyst in the FDIC’s risk management policy branch in Washington, DC. In this position, he develops FDIC policy positions on banking, regulatory, and capital markets issues, and formulates revisions to the FDIC’s supervisory procedures. He also leads and participates in on-site bank examinations that target asset-liability management issues.
Bill previously served as Chief, Large Bank Supervision Branch in Washington, and was also the FDIC’s Dedicated Examiner at the 7th largest institution in the country. He began his FDIC career in 1988 as a bank examiner trainee in the New Hampshire Field Office, and worked in several field and regional office capacities before transitioning to Washington in 2004. He served on a fellowship through the Brookings Institution in 2002, working as a legislative assistant for a Member of Congress.
He is a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking, and pursued graduate coursework in finance at Brandeis University’s Graduate School of International Economics and Finance. He received a bachelor’s degree in business administration, majoring in finance, from Robert Morris University in Pennsylvania in 1988.