Michael E. Bleier started with the Federal Reserve in 1971, coming in on the ground floor of banking regulatory reform as newly enacted amendments brought more banking entities under the Reserve’s enforcement domain.

He joined the Reserve because he thought he would get a front-row view of major changes to the banking world and, in turn, gain insight into how and why things were done and get ahead of the learning curve.

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