ROBERT F. MIAILOVICH RETIRES; CARY H. HINER AND NANCY E. HALL PROMOTED
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PR-28-96 (4-26-96)
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Robert F. Miailovich, Associate Director of the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation's Division of Supervision (DOS),
retired today after a 33-year career in bank examination and
supervision. FDIC Chairman Ricki Helfer said: "Bob made many
significant contributions over his long career of dedicated
public service. He has been a key player for more than a
decade in developing policies and regulations designed to
promote the safety and soundness of insured depository
Cary H. Hiner will succeed Mr. Miailovich as Associate
Director for Policy for DOS on April 28, 1996. In addition,
Nancy E. Hall has been named Deputy Regional Director for DOS'
Nicholas J. Ketcha, Jr., Director of DOS, said: "Mr.Hiner
and Ms. Hall are talented and experienced managers who have
capably handled a wide variety of challenging assignments over
the years. Their leadership skills will be of enormous benefit
to the Division of Supervision."
In his new position, Mr. Hiner will be responsible for the
planning and development of supervisory policies and programs and
for accounting issues. He will serve as one of three associate
directors in the division.
Prior to this appointment, Mr. Hiner served as Assistant
Director of the division's Policy Branch. He joined the FDIC in
1968 as a field examiner and subsequently was promoted to the
positions of field office supervisor and senior banking analyst.
In 1986, he was named Assistant Regional Director of the
division's Kansas City, Missouri, office. From 1992 to 1995, he
managed the Analysis and Monitoring Unit at headquarters.
Mr. Hiner received both a Bachelor of Science degree in
Accounting and a Masters degree in Finance from the University of
Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska. He currently lives in Vienna,
Virginia, with his wife Betty; they have three grown children.
Nancy E. Hall has been appointed Deputy Regional Director of
the DOS Atlanta Region, which oversees FDIC's bank
examination/supervision and corporate application programs in
Florida, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina,
Virginia and West Virginia. Prior to this appointment, Ms. Hall
was Assistant Regional Director for DOS' New York Region, a
position she held since 1989. Ms. Hall joined the FDIC in 1971 as
a bank examiner trainee in the New York Region. She became a
commissioned examiner in 1976 and a review examiner in 1980. In
1984, she transferred to the Division of Liquidation and was
named Assistant Managing Liquidator in Knoxville, Tennessee. In
1985 she was selected to participate in the FDIC's
Executive Development Program. She returned to DOS' New York
office in 1988.
Ms. Hall, a native of Augusta, Maine, is a graduate of
Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, the Graduate
School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin, and the
Commercial Lending School at the University of Oklahoma. Ms.
Hall, who is married to Paul Fish, will soon be relocating to
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