Going the Extra Distance to Help New York

Admired and respected as one of the most knowledgeable and busiest men in public- and private-sector finance and investment banking, Bill Mulrow has won praise and accolades for his service to his local community and to the State of New York. In addition to his current service as Chairman of the State of New York Mortgage Agency and the New York State Housing Finance Agency, he has also accepted numerous other government appointments when his services were needed.

He has been a member of the Board of the United Nations Development Corporation and the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York. Locally, Mulrow served as Chairman of the Westchester County Industrial Development Agency and Vice Chairman of the Westchester County Deferred Compensation Board. When New York City asked for his assistance, he answered by serving as Chairman of the New York City Rent Guidelines Board and as a board member of the Municipal Assistance Corporation of the City of New York.

Although he does not seek recognition for his public-service accomplishments, he has received a humanitarian award from the North American Boards of Rabbis, an award for civic leadership from Whitney Radio and the Roy Wilkins Humanitarian Award from the New York State NAACP for his work with these and other organizations. Mulrow has also served on the boards of the Bronxville School Foundation, the National Civic League, the Citizens Budget Commission, HELP USA, PENCIL and the Securities Industry Association of the New York Region.