January 29, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 29

Craig Nazzaro

Craig Nazzaro advises a variety of entities on all regulatory and compliance issues that impact the financial services industry including banks, non-bank lenders, servicers, investors, third party payment processors, and debt collectors. He also defends clients against charges of liability and regulatory violations.

Craig’s prior experience includes serving as a vice president and assistant general counsel with J.P. Morgan Chase, where he managed and coordinated a team of over 20 senior legal officers and attorneys in responding to and resolving consumer lending issues presented by state attorneys generals, Housing and Urban Development, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, state banking departments, and Congressional inquiries. He also served as the Chief Compliance Officer for Chemical Bank, a $23 billion bank headquartered in Michigan from 2018 until 2019 when Chemical Bank merged with TCF National Bank.

Craig brings an in-house counsel mindset to all his client matters, and he approaches each matter from a business perspective. 

 

Articles in the National Law Review database by Craig Nazzaro

Nelson Mullins has been named a Go-To Thought Leader in the field of cryptocurrency and blockchain law by the National Law Review. Throughout 2022, Nelson Mullins’ attorneys provided stellar thought leadership on all aspects of cryptocurrency legislation and regulation, including President Biden’s executive order, exchange assets in bankruptcy, and environmental regulations in crypto. Firm authors on this topic include (but are not limited to): Richard B Levin, Matthew G. Lindenbaum, Robert L. Lindholm, Craig Nazzaro, Dowse Bradwell "Brad" Rustin, IV, Anastasia D. Stull, Nicolette Corso Vilmos, Jeffrey M. Kelly, and Jeffrey E. Joseph.

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