Noble is currently Senior Vice President at The Northern Trust Company in Miami, FL, where he is responsible for managing the Bank’s East Region residential lending activities. Carlos is also deeply involved in the Bank’s Florida community reinvestment efforts. He joined Northern Trust in August 1980 as an international corporate lender and from 1984 to 1997 held various senior positions in credit policy and credit administration. In 1998, he designed and implemented Northern Trust’s home mortgage center in Florida which later became the mortgage delivery model for the entire Bank. Since 2010, he has led the Bank’s East Region residential lending activities. He began his banking career in 1976 when he joined Trust Company Bank in Atlanta. Carlos received his B.S. in Foreign Service (1974) from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. He also holds a Masters in International Management (1976) from the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, Arizona. Carlos works actively with community based organizations particularly not-for-profits involved in the generation of affordable housing and elderly services agencies. In addition to FCLF, current activities include First Housing Development Corporation (Vice Chair of the Board), United Way of Miami-Dade (Co-Chair of Older Adult Impact Council, Member of Community Investment Committee and Redesign Task Force). He is past president of the Alliance for Aging.
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