John Daniel Hawke Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Yale University, 1954; Bachelor of Laws, Columbia University, 1960.
Law clerk to judge, United States Court Appeals (District of Columbia circuit), Washington, 1960-1961;
counsel, Select Subcommittee on Education, United States House of Representatives, Washington, 1961-1962;
associate, Arnold & Porter, Washington, 1962-1966;
partner, Arnold & Porter, Washington, 1967-1975, 78-95;
general counsel Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, Washington, 1975-1978;
under secretary for domestic finance, Department of Treasury, Washington, 1995-1998;
comptroller of the currency, Department of Treasury, Washington, since 1998;
director, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Washington, since 1998. Adjunct Professor law Georgetown University, Washington, 1971-1987. Lecturer law Columbia University, New York City, 1979.
Board advisers Morin Center for Banking Law Studies, Boston University School Law, since 1982, lecturer, 1984-1988. Member Shadow Finance Regulatory Committee, 1986-1995. Lecturer in field.
Member Federal City Council, 1990-1995. Trustee Foundation for National Capital Region, since 1992. Trustee Washington Opera, 1992-1996.
Member President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities, since 1996. Second lieutenant United States Air Force, 1955-1957. Member Federal Bar Association (banking law committee, chairman 1976-1978), Cosmos Club, Exchequer Club, Economics Club, Yale Club, Vineyard Haven Yacht Club.
Married Marie Reddan, June 15, 1962 (deceased March 1991). Children: Daniel, Caitlin, Anne, Patrick.