Michael JohnsonExecutive Vice President Supervision & Regulation at Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Michael Johnson is an executive vice president in the supervision and regulation division of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. In this role, he oversees the Sixth District’s supervision of state member banks, bank and financial holding companies, and U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banking operations. Johnson has spent his entire career with the Federal Reserve System and served in a number of leadership roles within banking supervision, including senior vice president at the Atlanta Fed and vice president and managing director of the large institutions group at the San Francisco Fed. Prior to that, he was an assistant vice president and director of the risk monitoring and analysis group. He began his career at the Dallas Fed, where he spent 10 years in bank supervision. A collaborative leader, Johnson’s experience in nearly all business lines and support functions in supervision and regulation has afforded him a broad perspective and continues to inform his belief that there are many different approaches to reach a common goal. In addition to his Atlanta Fed responsibilities, Johnson serves on the System’s Supervision Committee and as co-chair of the Large Banking Organizations Management Group. A native of Texas, Johnson holds a bachelors degree in economics and a bachelor of business administration, both from the University of Texas at Austin.