WASHINGTON — Federal Housing Finance Board member Geoff Bacino has resigned his position to start a lobbying firm that will partner with the firm run by the son of Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Joseph Biden.

Bacino, who also served as an NCUA Board member for one year and has represented credit unions in Washington, D.C., is going to start Bacino and Associates, which will be located in and partner with the law firm of Oldaker, Biden and Belair. R. Hunter Biden, the firm’s founding partner is a son of Joseph Biden, who has been a U.S. Senator from Delaware since 1973 and was selected as Sen. Barack Obama’s running mate in August. Bacino’s assistant and policy adviser Jonathan Lindley will join him in his new firm.

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