Paul Reynolds provided education programs and advised board of directors and senior management on the impact and implementation of new regulations including through the enactment of Dodd Frank. This included reformation of board and committee activities and management and board reporting.
Paul Reynolds developed and implemented processes for capital and liquidity stress testing, including oversight of development of loan loss models, analysis and development of various loss scenarios and advising on corporate governance matters associated with review and submission of testing.
Paul Reynolds developed and refined a risk management program for a large financial institution incorporating emerging requirements of Dodd-Frank including, advising the board of directors on their role and participation; developing key risk indicators and developing and implementing a system of measurement and reporting; identifying new and emerging risks and advising management and the board on best practices and governance in risk management.
Paul Reynolds analyzed new compensation rules and regulations applicable to financial institutions as part of Dodd Frank regulations. He designed and implemented changes to executive and incentive programs to comply with requirements and responded to regulatory examinations and industry findings on compensation topics as part of a horizontal review of large financial institution compensation practices