Isaac Torres has been vice president, assistant general counsel and general corporate secretary for Carver Bancorp, the financial firm announced.
Mr. Torres, a former assistant vice president of MetLife, will handle the legal, regulatory, and corporate governance functions of Carver Bancorp.
"His experience at a Fortune-50 financial services corporation, along with his work in public finance and community development, make him a strong addition to our management team," said Deborah C. Wright, Bancorp's chairman and CEO, in a press release.
Mr. Torres worked as a lawyer in public finance and economic development on Wall Street before joining MetLife. He is certified to practice law in New Jersey and New York, where he served in New York City Mayor's Office of Management & Budget and later became the Budget Director of the city's Department of Design & Construction.
His past military service includes duty as an officer in various capacities with the U.S. Army Reserve.
Carver Bancorp is the holding company of Carver Federal Savings Bank, and the largest black-owned financial establishment in the country.
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