Boston Fed announces leadership hires and promotion
2 leaders join the Bank, another takes on new internal role
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston is pleased to announce two new hires have joined the Bank in leadership positions and a veteran officer has been promoted to a new position.
Dan Anthony has been hired as senior vice president and chief information officer for the FedNowSM Service, while Matthew Postulka joins the Bank as senior vice president and chief information officer for technology and operations. Maureen Savage, a longtime Bank officer, has been promoted to senior vice president, strategic Bank services.
Dan Anthony joins the Bank from one of New Zealand’s largest corporations, Fletcher Building, where he led the technology function. Dan previously held senior-level technology roles at Google, Accenture, LivingSocial, and BearingPoint. He has expertise in strategic technology, portfolio management, solution delivery, software engineering, integration, and operations. In his role as chief information officer, he will join FedNow’s management committee and oversee the overall technology strategy for the System’s new real-time payment gross settlement service.
Matthew Postulka joins the Bank from Arbella Insurance, where he led IT solution delivery, architecture, and project management across business units. He also spent more than a decade working for Liberty Mutual insurance. In his new role, Matt will lead the Business Technology Solutions department and the Information Security department. He’ll also oversee the Bank’s Cash and Wholesale Payments operations, where he’ll be responsible for innovation and adherence to existing performance standards.
Maureen Savage has spent more than 20 years in the Boston Fed’s Supervision, Regulation & Credit group. She led local and Federal Reserve System initiatives in the regulatory reserves, discount window, payments system risk, and regulatory applications business lines, and contributed to the design, launch, and administration of a Boston-based System emergency liquidity facility during the 2008 financial crisis. In her new role, she will oversee the Human Resources, Strategy and Risk, Corporate Affairs, and Corporate Communications departments.
The Boston Federal Reserve Bank serves the First Federal Reserve District, which includes all of New England except Fairfield County, Conn. Within the district, the Bank monitors local economic conditions to aid in the formulation of monetary policy, engages in outreach to promote economic growth and community revitalization, supervises banks and bank holding companies, and provides financial services to facilitate banking operations. Read more about the Boston Fed here.