Victor Carballo is an assistant vice president in the Stored Value Card (SVC) department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston where he is responsible for the two SVC programs that the Reserve Bank supports for the U.S. Treasury. As a leader, Victor brings over 25 years of broad leadership experience and driving results and has demonstrated experience in developing, aligning, and executing visionary strategies that deliver bottom-line financial results, mobilize key initiatives, and cultivate advantageous partnerships. He assumed responsibility for the existing SVC operations and technical groups in mid-2015 as the department realigned to take on the transition of the Treasury’s Navy Cash business line from JPMorgan Chase.
Prior to his current role, he held a number of increasingly managerial roles in Check, Cash, and Wholesale Operations. He is recognized for his strong leadership and management’s skills, and capacity of streamlining complex processes and automations.
Victor holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Emmanuel College and an M.B.A. from Phoenix University.
Assistant Vice President, Stored Value Card, 2016 to Present
Director of Client Services, Stored Value Card, 2012 to 2016
Manager of Accounting and Settlement, Stored Value Card, 2005 to 2012
Section Head and Supervisor, Wholesale Payments, 1999 to 2005
- Member, Advanced Cyber Security Center (ACSC), 01/2017 to Present
- Invited speaker at UMass Boston 10/2019
- Founder and Chair, Employee Resource Group, Adelante, 05/2012 to 2014
- Youth Mentor, Cambridge Community Services, 11/2013 to 11/2014
- Executive Board Secretary, UMass Center for Collaborative Leadership, 12/2012
Advanced IT Certificate, Boston University, 2019
M.B.A., University of Phoenix, 2009
B.A. in business administration, Emmanuel College,1998
Leadership Development Programs:
- Trailblazers, Federal Reserve System, 2016
- Thrive, Federal Reserve System, 2013
- Key Talent, F ConneXion!, 2013
- Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2012
- Emerging Leaders Program, University of Massachusetts, Boston, 2005
- The Partnership, 2000