WASHINGTON — The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. outlined the succession plans for several key offices on Friday, including the heads of its legislative affairs and San Francisco offices.
As announced late last year, Eric Spitler retired from his post as the head of legislative affairs, making way for Andy Jiminez, his former acting deputy director. Jiminez's appointment has now been approved by the FDIC's board of directors.
The agency also announced the retirement late last year of Robert Mooney, who served as national director of minority and community development banking and held other leadership roles throughout his 26-year run at the FDIC. Mooney is being succeeded in an acting capacity by Scott Strockoz, a deputy regional director for the New York area.
Another outgoing official is Stanley Ivie, who heads the FDIC's San Francisco branch. Ivie has overseen FDIC activities in a number of states during his 31 years with the agency. He will be stepping down March 7.