Kyung Cho-Miller is Vice President and Assistant General Counsel at JPMorgan Chase. She works on Dodd-Frank matters; supports originations and federal and state regulatory exams; and assists on special projects. Prior to joining Chase in October 2010, she worked at Fannie Mae in several positions in the legal department and executive office. As Associate General Counsel in the legal department, she worked with the Treasury Department to draft guidance on Making Home Affordable programs and advised and assisted the Product Management and Development group in developing mortgage products and initiatives. In the executive office, she was the Special Assistant to two Presidents and CEOs during one of the most challenging times ever faced by the Company (pre- and post-conservatorship). Kyung also held positions as Associate General Counsel at CitiFinancial and as Counsel at the Division of Consumer and Community Affairs of the Federal Reserve Board where she specialized in TILA, RESPA and other financial statutes and regulations. Kyung received her Juris Doctor from the Washington College of Law and her B.A. from the School of International Studies -- both at American University. She is a member of Maryland, New Jersey and D.C. Bars.
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