Dilip PatroAssociate Director, Institution Risk at Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Dilip Patro has more than 20 years’ experience in supervision, research and policy. He is an Associate Director in FDIC’s Division of Complex Institutions. Dilip is the FDIC executive responsible for fifteen large and complex institutions and works with other managers and agencies on development and implementation of supervisory plans, resolution and supervisory policy. He also works on development and execution of strategic plans and business plans for the FDIC. Previously he served as the chief of the Quantitative Model Analysis section in FDIC where he managed a staff of economists and mathematicians who worked on various modeling and model risk management issues at large and complex financial institutions for derivatives pricing, market risk, counter party credit risk, stress testing, CCAR and Basel/DFA based regulatory requirements. Before joining the FDIC, Dilip was the deputy director of market risk analysis at the OCC where he worked on Basel and DFA implementation and OCC’s supervisory review of market risk and model risk for large and complex banks. Before working at the OCC, Dilip was an Assistant Professor of Finance and has more than twenty scholarly and practitioner publications in various journals and books. Dilip is also a co-author of the US interagency guidance for model risk management and has represented the US in various policy initiatives related to activities of the Basel Committee and the FSB and helped with market risk rule, counterparty risk capitalization and the G-SIB surcharge. Dilip has a bachelor's degree in engineering from IIT-Delhi, a CFA charter, and a Ph.D. in finance from the University of Maryland at College Park.