December 20, 2013 Alert - SFIG Adds Michael Flood as Director of Advocacy
SFIG today announced that it has hired Michael Flood as Director of Advocacy. Mr. Flood will report directly to Richard Johns, SFIG’s Executive Director, and will lead the group’s interactions with regulators and legislators in Washington D.C. and elsewhere.

In his role, Mr. Flood will lead the group’s interaction with elected officials, regulators and other government representatives as it pertains to policies and positions derived by the membership. Mr. Flood has served in leadership roles at industry organizations overseeing advocacy and coalition building, and developing policy positions. Most notably this includes his work at Commercial Real Estate Finance Council where he oversaw and promoted the Council’s legislative and regulatory efforts for commercial real estate lending and structured finance with the Administration, Congress, regulatory agencies and market participants.

Mr. Flood has also worked for the White House Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB’s) Financial Rescue Unit, where he oversaw the Administration’s TARP investments; as a Director in both the Single and Multifamily Divisions of Fannie Mae; and as a legislative assistant for the House Energy and Commerce Committee where he worked on the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.
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