Michel Bamani is an assistant vice president and assistant general counsel in the legal department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. He is responsible for rendering legal advice on a broad range of complex banking, regulatory, and corporate law matters, including the FedNowSM Service. Michel was previously assistant counsel at the Bank from September 2012 to July 2015.
Prior to returning to the Bank, Michel worked at State Street Corporation where served as vice president and counsel. In that role, his duties included negotiating and reviewing various agreements related to administrative services, custody services, performance analytics and others. He also advised business units on various strategic issues, such as fund structure, processes and issues when onboarding new clients, LIBOR and product offerings.
Michel received a bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology from Bowdoin College and a J.D. from Boston University School of Law. He teaches at Northeastern Law School and he is the president of the board of directors for English for New Bostonians.
Massachusetts Department of Transporation
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
State Street Corporation
J.D., Boston University School of Law
B.S. in psychology and sociology, Bowdoin College
President, English for New Bostonians Board
Member, African Bridge Network Advisory
Member, Bowdoin Alumni Council
Member, Massachusetts Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers Oversight Committee