Scott  Ankenbrand

Scott Ankenbrand

Scott has been with US Bank since 1991 and since 2011 has led the efforts to address both strategic and critical regulatory matters across all areas of US Bank.� US Bank, with $410 billion in assets, is the fifth largest commercial bank in the United States.� The company operates 3,172 banking offices in 25 states.In his current role, Scott has led efforts to address the Mortgage Consent Order, Retail, Credit Card and Small Business collection improvements, a bank wide effort to standardize Credit Bureau reporting, dispute handling and usage, and a similar effort to standardize Bankruptcy.Scott spent 20 years in a variety of functions within the Credit Risk Assessment division, of US Bank.� He was responsible for the teams reviewing the Wholesale lending units.� Scott was instrumental in developing and implementing the Early Warning System utilized by the commercial lenders at US Bank.Prior to joining US Bank, Scott worked for the OCC.� His tenure with the OCC coincided with the Agricultural Crisis, the first Commercial Real Estate Crisis and the Savings and Loan Crisis.� These experiences have provided him with a unique risk perspective, drawing on regulatory experiences as well as both the commercial and retail side of banking.Scott holds an MBA from the University of Oregon and has Bachelor Degrees in both Finance and Economics from Eastern Washington University.� Scott lives in the Portland, Oregon area.