Anastasia (“Tasia”) is a senior financial services executive and attorney who brings over 20 years of experience to the Financial Services Regulatory Team. Tasia counsels banks, non-bank lenders, FinTechs, and financial services companies in matters involving consumer, commercial, retail, and institutional financial services. Her hands-on perspective and knowledge of industry trends enables her to provide strategic and practical advice to financial services companies on the challenges they face today. Tasia is also the Executive Director of Assureg, the firm’s regulatory and compliance division that offers innovative, scalable compliance solutions to the financial services industry. For Assureg, Tasia directs strategy, corporate development activities, marketing and business development, oversees client engagements, in addition to being a champion for client relationship management.
Tasia has been a strategic advisor to numerous top 20 and regional banks in compliance, examination, and enforcement-related matters. Previously, she led the regulatory compliance consulting practice of a national firm serving banks, non-bank lenders and servicers. Prior to joining Assureg, she also served as senior regulatory counsel for the Consumer Bankers Association where she led the fair lending, automotive finance, and audit committees for large U.S. retail banks. Tasia has significant regulatory relations experience from her tenure in private practice and as a consultant, and routinely engages with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Federal Reserve Board (FRB), state financial regulators, and many state attorneys general in enforcement and supervisory matters. Tasia served as in-house counsel for Merrill Lynch International Bank, Global Private Client EMEA in London and began her career as an intern at the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), Division of Enforcement. Throughout her career, she was selected to lead many large, significant engagements; was chosen for client-facing leadership roles; and continues to provide thought leadership on critical regulatory and risk issues impacting the industry.
Tasia is a Past President of Women in Housing & Finance, Inc., a nonpartisan financial services nonprofit in Washington, D.C that actively promotes policy development in the fields of housing and financial services and also served as its general counsel and board member for more than eight years.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Anastasia D. Stull