Director, Office of Consumer Financial Protection
The Office of Consumer Financial Protection is led by Matthew J. Biliouris. Prior to assuming this leadership role, Mr. Biliouris had served as the office's Deputy Director since 2013. As Director of the Office of Consumer Financial Protection, he is charged with overseeing the agency's consumer financial protection policy and rulemaking efforts, fair lending examination program, and interagency coordination on consumer financial protection compliance matters. He is also responsible for the agency's Consumer Assistance Center and its financial literacy outreach program.
Mr. Biliouris began his career with the NCUA in 1992, as an examiner in Portland, Maine and then Virginia Beach, Virginia. During his 26-year career with the NCUA, he has served as a Supervision Analyst in the then-Region II office; Information Systems Officer and Program Officer in the Office of Examination and Insurance; Special Assistant to the Executive Director, and Director of Supervision in the Office of Examination and Insurance. Mr. Biliouris has also served as a Special Assistant to former NCUA Board Member Michael Fryzel during his term as Chairman of the NCUA.