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FDIC Announces Appointment of M. Anthony Lowe as Dallas Deputy Regional Director

PR-69-2005 (7-28-2005)
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Motty Bradshaw (202-898-8680)

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Division of Supervision and Consumer Protection Director Michael J. Zamorski has announced the appointment of M. Anthony Lowe to the position of Deputy Regional Director of Risk Management in the Dallas Region. The appointment is effective August 7, 2005.

Mr. Lowe, a 20-year FDIC veteran, is currently an Assistant Regional Director for Risk Management in the Dallas Region. As Deputy Director, Mr. Lowe will oversee the Dallas Region's risk management program. “Anthony is a proven leader who brings extensive regulatory and supervisory experience to this important role,” said Director Zamorski. He will report to Regional Director Stan Ivie, who said, “I look forward to working closely with Anthony in leading and shaping the Dallas Region.”

Mr. Lowe graduated from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Arkansas, with a bachelor of science degree in business finance, and graduated with honors from the School of Banking of the South at Louisiana State University.

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Last Updated 7/28/2005

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