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Certified Fraud Examiner, FDIC
Suzy Gardner has been with the FDIC for over 28 years. Since 2006, Ms. Gardner has covered a wide variety of interagency policy issues such as interagency guidance on nontraditional mortgage loans in 2006, subprime mortgage lending and loan modifications and servicing in 2007; revaluing real estate in 2008 and prudent CRE loan workouts in 2009; appraisals and evaluations, small business lending, and correspondent concentration risks in 2010; credit risk retention in 2011; Higher-Priced Mortgage Loans in 2012; Troubled Debt Restructurings and Qualified and Non-Qualified Mortgage Loans in 2013, and appraisal management companies in 2014.
Ms. Gardner is a certified fraud examiner and served as the FDIC representative on the Appraisal Subcommittee for five years. Ms. Gardner has received several awards, including the FDIC Chairman’s Excellence Award in 2007 and 2013. Ms. Gardner graduated with honor from the University of Nebraska and the Graduate School of Banking.