NCUA’s Otsuka announces Renita Marcellin as senior advisor

Renita Marcellin, most recently with Americans for Financial Reform and previously with JPMorgan Chase, has been appointed senior advisor to National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Board Member Tanya Otsuka, the NCUA said.

Otsuka announced the appointment Thursday, noting that Marcellin “brings a wealth of financial regulatory knowledge and mission-oriented public policy experience.”

In Thursday’s release, the NCUA said Marcellin has broad experience in financial services and financial regulatory policy, including prudential regulation and systemic risk, consumer finance, capital markets, and corporate governance. Most recently, she was the legislative and advocacy director at Americans for Financial Reform and formerly served as the group’s senior policy analyst on banking issues, it said. Before that, she was a senior associate at JPMorgan Chase, where the NCUA said she worked to strengthen the bank’s anti-money laundering controls and chaired her team’s diversity and inclusion committee “to build awareness on the systemic racial inequities affecting the U.S. banking system.”

Marcellin holds a Bachelor of Arts from Baruch College and a Master of Public Policy from Georgetown University, it said.

Renita Marcellin Appointed Senior Advisor to Board Member Otsuka

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