Michael Silva, a longtime in-house lawyer at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, has joined DLA Piper as a partner in the firm’s government affairs practice and chair of its financial services regulatory subgroup in New York.

Silva most recently served as chief regulatory officer and compliance leader at General Electric Capital Corp., where he spent three years after leaving the New York Fed in late 2013. Silva, who left GE Capital last summer as the auto giant’s financial services arm was broken up, now heads to DLA Piper with the specific goal of expanding and growing the firm’s financial regulatory capacity.

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