As Executive Vice President and Director of the Supervision, Regulation and Credit department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Jim Nolan leads the regional supervision and regulation of bank holding companies, savings and loan holding companies and state member banks in the First District. The Supervision, Regulation and Credit department includes: Regional and Community Bank Supervision, Large Bank Supervision, Insurance Supervision and Analytics, Credit Risk Management, Statistics and Analytics and Risk and Policy Analysis. Jim is a member of the System’s Large Institution Supervision Coordinating Committee, an oversight body providing perspective and input into the supervisory program for financial institutions operating in the United States that pose elevated risks to financial stability. Jim has worked at the Boston fed since 1985.
He has a Bachelor of Science in biology from Harvard College and a Masters of Business Administration from Babson College. Jim is also a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking.
BS, Harvard College
MBA, Babson College
Graduate, Stonier Graduate School of Banking