MBA Hires Kim as VP of Commercial Regulatory Policy
- Apr 04, 2011
Washington, D.C.–Mortgage Bankers Association has appointed Thomas Kim as vice president of commercial regulatory policy, joining at a time when the MBA is working through the implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act and other critical regulatory changes.
Kim is coming from Freddie Mac, where he served as associate general counsel, advising the company on a broad range of regulatory and public policy matters, including regulatory and policy aspects of multifamily loan purchase and securitization transactions. Prior to Freddie Mac, he served as in-house counsel on legislative, regulatory and financial services policy matters at the Investment Company Institute, the national trade association of the mutual fund industry.
In his new role at MBA, Kim will manage all activities relating to commercial regulatory issues, serve as the staff representative to the Commercial Risk Retention Task Force, and advance and promote commercial policy with a focus on federal financial regulatory reform and bank oversight.