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David N. Wall

FDIC
Assistant General Counsel, Complex Financial Institutions Section
Washington, DC, USA


David N. Wall is Assistant General Counsel in the FDIC's Legal Division and heads the Division's Complex Financial Institutions Section. The Section supports the FDIC's execution of policies and program initiatives concerning the development of contingency strategies and resolution planning for, and review of, recovery and resolution plans developed by complex financial institutions as well as the FDIC's international outreach and coordination efforts with regard to the resolution of complex financial institutions. Mr. Wall has provided legal support and assisted in the development of policy initiatives for implementation of significant portions of the Dodd-Frank Act and for development of key FDIC international initiatives, and has over 25 years' experience in bank resolutions. Mr. Wall has participated in numerous bank closings and asset disposition transactions. He has represented the FDIC in various international organizations and fora concerned with cross border deposit insurance, resolution coordination, and financial stability, such as the International Association of Deposit Insurers, the Financial Stability Board, and the Basel Committee. Mr. Wall began his career focusing on the legal issues surrounding the financial markets with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and joined the FDIC in 1989 following experience with the Federal Home Loan Bank Board. Mr. Wall is a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Michigan Law School.
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