Joseph Jiampietro, the senior adviser on markets to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) chair, has decided to quit after less than 18 months in the job.
As senior adviser to markets, Jiampietro provided Sheila Bair, the chair, with policy and legal advice relating to complex financial transactions, bid structures, and capital markets.
"Joe has given the FDIC invaluable service during a challenging time in the FDIC's history. His input on marketing and resolution strategies, and subs
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