COBA Alum Is Executive-in-Residence
Mr. William H. Henley, Jr. spoke at Sam Houston State University on Tuesday, March 29, 2005 as part of the College of Business Administration’s Executive-in-Residence program. Mr. Henley is an Examination Specialist for the Technology Supervision Branch of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the banking industry’s primary regulator. Based at FDIC headquarters in Washington DC, he is the Subject Matter Expert for electronic scams (including “phishing”), offshore outsourcing, and Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act (Check 21).
Mr. Henley is a 1989 graduate of the College of Business Administration at Sam Houston State University and holds a bachelor of business administration degree in international business with a minor in economics. He began his career with the FDIC shortly after graduation, and served as a bank examiner in the Houston Field Office until his promotion in 1998 to the Technology Supervision Branch in Washington. In 2002 he completed graduate studies in bank operations and technology at the Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.
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