Rishi Bansal, 45, has been the BankUnited's Chief Investment Officer since February 2017 and most recently served as Executive Vice President, Mortgage Portfolio. Mr. Bansal joined the Bank in July 2009, and was part of the advisory group that worked on the Bank's acquisition from the FDIC.
In his role as Chief Investment Officer, Mr. Bansal is responsible for the bank’s investment securities portfolio, including Agency MBS, Municipal bonds, Non-Agency RMBS, CMBS, ABS and Treasury securities. He also manages the Bank's residential loan portfolio, residential mortgage warehouse business and Pinnacle Public Finance business. He is a member of the bank-wide Asset Liability Committee (ALCO) and Residential Credit Risk Management Committee (RCRMC).
Prior to joining BankUnited, Mr. Bansal was a Managing Director in fixed income with Merrill Lynch from 2007 through 2009 and a fixed income trader at Lehman Brothers before that.