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FHFA Announces Adolfo Marzol As Principal Deputy Director


​Washington, D.C. – The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) today announced that Adolfo Marzol has been appointed Principal Deputy Director of FHFA effective April 15, 2019.  Marzol will report to FHFA Director Mark Calabria.

Marzol is an experienced financial and risk management professional in the mortgage finance industry.  Prior to joining FHFA, Marzol served for two years as Senior Advisor for Housing to HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson, where he advised on Federal Housing Administration and Ginnie Mae programs, as well as housing finance reform.  

Marzol has over 30 years of private sector experience in mortgage finance, including senior-level positions at Essent, Fannie Mae, Chase Mortgage and Equitable Mortgage.  Marzol’s diverse background includes extensive experience in the areas of mortgage origination and securitization, mortgage servicing, credit risk management, financial management and reporting, policy and governance, and public policy developments related to housing finance.  Born in Cuba, he is a graduate of the University of Florida and holds a BSBA in Economics and a Master’s degree in Finance.  Marzol has been married for 35 years and has two children. 

“I am very pleased that Adolfo will be joining FHFA in such an important capacity.  His depth and breadth of experience in both the private sector and government will help us maintain FHFA as a world-class regulator,” said FHFA Director Calabria.



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