Greg Ewald is responsible for managing the day-to-day functions and operations of the legal department as well as the enterprise risk and compliance function at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Among his responsibilities, he develops and leads Bank legal and risk strategies regarding policy, enterprise risk, compliance, human capital, litigation, information technology and transactional matters, as well as provides legal advice to the Bank’s officers and business leaders. He serves as the Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve System’s Subcommittee on Operational Risk Management (SORM) and as a member of the Insider Risk Management Executive Leadership Group.
Prior to joining the Bank in May 2016, Mr. Ewald was the chief legal officer of Victory Capital Management, an asset management company that spun out of KeyBank, where he was responsible for all legal, compliance and enterprise risk matters for the company. Before joining Victory Capital, he served as general counsel and chief compliance officer for Conversus Asset Management, a financial services company founded by Bank of America and Oak Hill, in Charlotte, North Carolina. Mr. Ewald started his career in private practice at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr in Washington, D.C. and Tysons Corner, Virginia, where he became a partner in the firm’s corporate and securities departments.
Mr. Ewald earned his bachelor’s degree in history from The Colorado College in Colorado Springs, and his law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. He serves on the Gift of Adoption National Board of Governors and was the founding president of the Gift of Adoption Carolinas Chapter.