John PelickVice President
John C. Pelick is a vice president in the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit (SRC) Division. He is responsible for the Data and Risk Analytics Group, which was established to focus on model risk management, risk analysis, and quantitative approaches, including advanced data visualization techniques, to meet evolving supervisory needs.
John has held a variety of roles of increasing responsibility in the safety and soundness and consumer affairs examination functions since joining the Atlanta Fed in 2004. Most recently he served as central point of contact for one of the Sixth District's largest state member banks. In that role, he was instrumental in determining the supervisory strategy, rating, and risk assessment of the firm.
John has also led System wide efforts related to assessments of bank holding companies subject to the Mortgage Foreclosure Consent Order, coordinating with teams across all Reserve Banks; the Board's Supervision, Compliance, and Legal departments; and a number of government agencies. He won a 2012 William Taylor Award for Excellence in Bank Supervision, the System's highest honor for bank supervision professionals.
Before joining the Atlanta Fed, John was a financial service representative at SunTrust Bank. He earned a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Florida.