Danielle McCoy is Fannie Mae’s Vice President and Fair Lending Officer. She reports to the Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary, and leads Fannie Mae’s fair lending program. McCoy is responsible for assessing and monitoring fair lending risk on an enterprise-wide level. She facilitates the company’s compliance with fair lending laws and regulations and promotes fair and responsible lending throughout various aspects of Fannie Mae’s business practices, including its underwriting standards and pricing policies.
Before assuming her current position in October 2015, McCoy was Fannie Mae’s Managing Director, Deputy General Counsel, and Assistant Corporate Secretary. She provided legal advice to senior management and the Fannie Mae Board of Directors on corporate governance – including requirements of the Federal Housing Finance Agency and the Securities and Exchange Commission – and managed a team supporting corporate secretary and governance operations. Additionally, McCoy coordinated annual shareholder meetings, managed shareholder proposals, and supported shareholder outreach on governance matters prior to Fannie Mae’s conservatorship. She joined Fannie Mae in 2006 as Associate General Counsel – Corporate Governance.
Previously, McCoy provided securities, transactional, and corporate governance counsel as an Associate at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP.
McCoy has a Bachelor of Arts in economics from the University of Virginia and a Juris Doctorate from the New York University School of Law.
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