Mark Winer is a Senior Advisor to The Oakleaf Group, providing subject matter expertise developed over 30 years in the financial services industry. He has leveraged his specialization in financial and risk management in roles in the regulatory, banking and GSE arenas.
Most recently, Mark served as a Senior Advisor at Fannie Mae, where he oversaw analytics and advised on key policy issues including loan modification programs, housing reform proposals, enhancements to mortgage credit analytics, stress testing, capital standards, and capital market developments in mortgage credit exposure. He also acted as Deputy Chief Risk Officer and Head of Balance Sheet Management. Prior to joining Fannie Mae, Mark worked at PNC Financial Services Group for 10 years where he served as a Corporate-level Senior Vice President in a variety of roles including Head of Balance Sheet Management and Head of Comprehensive Risk Management. Prior to PNC Financial Services, Mark worked for 10 years at the Comptroller of the Currency where he served as their first head of Risk Analytics. In that role Mark oversaw the OCC’s review of national banks’ risk analytics and participated in the ongoing development of US and international bank capital standards.
Mark holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Political Economy and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics, both from Carnegie Mellon University.