The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. announced five new appointments Friday as it continues to implement the Dodd-Frank Act.

Last year, the FDIC created the Office of Complex Financial Institutions to deal with the FDIC's new resolution authority under the law, and later named agency veteran Jim Wigand to lead it. The FDIC then also established the Division of Depositor and Consumer Protection, hiring former state regulator Mark Pearce as director.

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