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Meet David Wright

Managing Director, Governance, Regulatory & Risk Strategies

David Wright joined Deloitte & Touche LLP’s Banking and Securities Regulatory practice as managing director in 2014. In this role, he advises financial institutions on regulatory matters, with a particular focus on implementation of Dodd-Frank enhanced prudential standards as well as supervisory expectations for risk management. 

Prior to joining Deloitte, he served in numerous roles within the Federal Reserve in Washington D.C. and San Francisco over the span of 20 years. These roles included leading the Federal Reserve's risk management supervision function in Washington, heading the large bank supervision function in San Francisco and serving on the national operating committee for supervising large systemically important financial institutions. His work has included developing standards and vetting exam findings for the Federal Reserve's implementation of Dodd-Frank, including its stress testing program. His positions involved direct interaction with Federal Reserve Chairs and Governors and senior officials of other regulatory agencies. 

Prior to joining the Federal Reserve, he was Vice President at First Boston Inc., where he specialized in mergers and acquisitions, financial projections and corporate valuations.

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