Prior to joining A&M, Ms. DiMaria served as a commissioned National Bank Examiner with over 24 years of progressive regulatory supervisory experience at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).
For the last 14 years, she was devoted to the OCC’s Large Bank Supervision program, specializing in retail credit supervision. Most recently as retail credit expert, Ms. DiMaria served as a national resource providing technical advice, guidance and support for retail credit supervisory activities.
She has strong knowledge in retail origination and servicing activities, as well as expertise in retail reserve practices and collection litigation practices.
At the OCC, Ms. DiMaria was responsible for identifying, measuring and monitoring key aspects of retail credit risk, as well as addressing emerging risks at some of the largest and most complex national banking institutions in the U.S. Responsibilities included leading complex and highly complex examinations, and conducting ongoing supervisory oversight for respective retail credit areas.
Previously at the OCC, she served as examiner-in-charge and portfolio manager for mid-size and community national banks. During her service, Ms. DiMaria received several special recognition awards for examination work, and in 2012 was a recipient of OCC Special Act award for contributions made in completing a highly-complex examination.
Before OCC, Ms. DiMaria spent almost five years at Chemical Bank of New Jersey where she served as Assistant Controller.
Ms. DiMaria earned a bachelor of science degree in accounting from Richard Stockton State College (Pomona, NJ) and was commissioned in 1994 as a National Bank Examiner.