Since joining the firm in 2011, Doug has been active in advising large financial service firms in a broad range of banking and capital market areas, including governance, risk management, Dodd-Frank implementation and general regulatory and examination matters.

He has led or served as a primary subject matter specialist for projects addressing the effectiveness and design of enterprise risk management and risk governance; the adequacy and design of compliance risk functions; regulatory issue remediation; and preparations for implementing new regulations and addressing supervisory expectations.

Doug spent a thirty-three year career as a senior bank regulator at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in Washington, D.C. Prior to his retirement from the OCC in 2010, he served nine years as the Senior Deputy Comptroller for Large Bank Supervision.

He was responsible for examinations and supervision activities in the largest national banks and federal branches and agencies. In addition, he had oversight for operations of the International Banking Supervision group and the OCC’s London Office. He served as a member of the OCC’s Executive Committee, and the Committee on Bank Supervision.