NASCUS Congratulates Corley on New Post as Banking Commissioner

November 13, 2014 Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant on Monday appointed Charlotte Corley banking commissioner.

Corley, who previously served as deputy commissioner of the Mississippi Department of Banking and Consumer Finance (DBCF), will, as commissioner, be responsible for the oversight of financial institutions chartered under state authority and will ensure that those institutions comply with Mississippi’s banking laws and regulations.

“NASCUS already enjoys a strong working relationship with Charlotte,” said NASCUS President and CEO Lucy Ito. “We congratulate her on her appointment and look forward to continuing to work with her in her new role as commissioner.”

In Corley’s previous position as DBCF deputy commissioner, she directed all activities of the DBCF and worked in coordination with federal agencies in the supervision and regulation of Mississippi’s licensed and chartered institutions. She also successfully reorganized the banking division of DBCF. Prior to that, she was director of the banking division of DBCF for 13 years.

Corley holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Mississippi State University, and is a graduate of the School of Banking of the South at Louisiana State University and the American Bankers Association National Graduate Trust School at Northwestern University. 

Her appointment must be confirmed by the Mississippi Senate.



 

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