Anastasia Davis Stull has joined NewOak Capital as a managing director in its credit services group.
Stull is responsible for business development and execution in the areas of regulatory compliance and risk management for the financial services sector. She will help NewOak expand its presence in Washington D.C. by interacting with regulatory agencies, trade associations, government-sponsored enterprises and leading regulatory law firms, and enhance the company’s ability serve its financial and lending clients and ensure they are meeting today’s increasing regulatory demands.
“The implications of the changes in the regulatory landscape are still sending shockwaves through the financial services industry,” said Chad Burhance, partner and head of NewOak Credit Services. “Whether it's Dodd-Frank or Basel III, financial institutions have significant process and audit improvements that need to be dealt with immediately across their entire business lines. NewOak has made significant investments to assist our clients with these challenges. Ms. Stull brings the regulatory expertise as well as the Washington presence and connectivity needed for NewOak to service its client base most effectively.”
Prior to joining NewOak, Stull was a director of compliance for Treliant Risk Advisors in New York focusing on its international banking practice. At Treliant, she assisted a broad range of financial services clients with consent order remediation, Dodd-Frank implementation, mortgage origination and servicing reviews, and matters relating to bank and mortgage company acquisitions by private equity clients.
Before regulatory compliance consulting, Stull worked in private practice representing banking and securities clients in regulatory enforcement actions, investigations, resolved complex regulatory compliance issues, and often interacted with senior officials of the Federal Reserve Board, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
She was also in-house counsel at Merrill Lynch International Bank’s global private client group in London.
In addition to her role at NewOak, Stull currently serves as the 36th president of Women in Housing & Finance, a nonprofit organization that provides an open forum for key policymakers and industry experts on national financial, economic and political matters affecting the fields of financial services and housing.