Please Welcome Our New Staff Members

SFIG is pleased to announce the addition of two new staff members. With SFIG continuing to expand its reach across new conferences and additional policy challenges, the organization has been growing at a rapid rate over the past year. Now, we are welcoming two new staff members into the fold. Please help us say hello to Marshall and Robert!

Marshall Bornemann is a Policy Analyst at SFIG, reporting to the Director of Mortgage Policy, Dan Goodwin. In this capacity, Mr. Bornemann is responsible for reviewing, summarizing, and recommending policies beneficial to the SFIG’s more than 350 institutional members.

Prior to joining SFIG, Mr. Bornemann interned for the Financial Services Roundtable, where he assisted in membership development and event management. In addition to his recruitment efforts, Mr. Bornemann assisted the Roundtable’s government affairs division, and attended briefings covering the U.S. Department of Labor’s fiduciary standard. Mr. Bornemann has a working knowledge of legislative procedure, making him a key asset for members looking to educate legislators and agency personnel on the economic benefits of securitization.

Mr. Bornemann is a 2014 graduate of the American University School of International Service, where he specialized in international economics, business, and politics. While at SFIG, Mr. Bornemann hopes to attend the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. Mr. Bornemann, a native of Washington, D.C., enjoys running, reading, discovering new craft beers, and playing billiards.

Robert Robilliard is a Data and Policy Analyst at SFIG, reporting directly to the Director of Advocacy, Tom McCrocklin. He is recent graduate of American University’s School of Public Affairs. There he earned his BA in Political Science and Public Policy.

While working towards completing his degree, Mr. Robilliard spent two semesters interning on Capitol Hill. As an intern he worked directly with legislative staff, researching and writing on financial regulatory policy. Before coming to Washington to attend American University, he worked for a year managing call-time and organizing fundraising efforts on the Emily Cain for Congress Campaign during the 2014 election.

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