Deloitte & Touche LLP announced the formation of its Center for Banking Solutions, which will address new ways to solve issues affecting the competitiveness of banks operating in the United States.

The center will be led by independent chairman Donald Ogilvie, who served as president and chief executive officer of the American Bankers Association for two decades before joining Deloitte in the fall.

Richard Spillenkothen, a former federal banking regulator, will also join the center as an advisor and lead Deloitte’s banking and finance regulatory consulting practice. Spillenkothen spent 30 years at the Federal Reserve Board, including 15 years as the director of the banking supervision and regulation division.

Headquartered in New York, the center aims to provide business solutions grounded in practical, actionable strategies -- focusing its agenda on three themes, including public policy and regulation, improving productivity and performance and growth.

Ogilvie will lead the development of the program agenda, which will include independent and shared research, center-sponsored executive forums and peer discussions, and industry benchmarking.

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