Helen Mucciolo is chief financial officer and head of the Corporate Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. She is also on the Bank’s Executive Committee.
As head of the Corporate Group, Ms. Mucciolo oversees the financial management, business continuity, procurement, real estate and other general support functions of the Bank. From November 2020 through mid-March 2021 as well as from July 2022 through February 2023, she also held the role of acting first vice president and chief operations officer.
Ms. Mucciolo has held various management positions within the Bank since joining in 1993. Prior to her current position, Ms. Mucciolo served as Financial Services Group’s cash and custody function head. Before that, she worked in the Financial Institutions Supervision Group, where she focused on resolution and recovery planning. Between 2008 and 2012, she led the investment support office, which was responsible for overseeing and coordinating all matters related to the portfolio of assets associated with the Bank’s extensions of credit in connection with JPMorgan Chase and Co.’s acquisition of Bear Stearns Companies Inc., and the restructuring of American International Group.
Prior to that she held positions within the operational risk department, the subcommittee on credit risk management administration office, and the Markets Group's accounting, discount window and the portfolio design & management areas. She also previously managed the staff responsible for the Federal Reserve’s daily formulation and execution of temporary open market operations.
Prior to joining the Bank, Ms. Mucciolo held various credit analyst positions in the private sector.
Ms. Mucciolo is the executive sponsor of the Bank’s Women’s Mentoring and Empowerment Network (WoMEN). She is a member of the Executive Committee of the United Way of New York City’s Women United.
Ms. Mucciolo received a bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting from Syracuse University and an MBA in finance from Pace University. She is also a chartered financial analyst.