Kansas Governor Sam Brownback today announced Judi Stork will become Acting Bank Commissioner effective November 1. Stork is currently the Deputy Bank Commissioner and has held that position since 1991. She received her bachelor’s degree in Finance from Kansas State University.
“Judi has previous experience serving as Acting Bank Commissioner,” said Governor Brownback. “Her knowledge and experience will ensure a seamless transition.”
Edwin Splichal, who has served as Bank Commissioner since March 2011 resigned to spend more time with his wife and family, due to an illness in the family.
“Ed has done a tremendous job as Bank Commissioner,” said Governor Brownback. “I wish him and his family well through this difficult time.”
The State Bank Commissioner regulates all state-chartered banks and trust companies, saving and loan companies, mortgage businesses, supervised lenders, and money transmitters. With the Banking Board as an advisor, the Bank Commissioner ensures the safety and soundness of state-chartered financial institutions.
—News release via Kansas Office of the Governor