The Native American Financial Services Association represents the interests of Native American owned financial services providers
Protecting Native American sovereign rights and creating economic opportunities in Indian Country. We are NAFSA.
By working together, we can provide much-needed economic opportunity and development to Indian Country for the benefit of our tribal communities.
The Key Missions Of NAFSA Include:
To protect and preserve the sovereignty of Native American tribes while offering an unprecedented opportunity for tribal economic growth.
Growing Opportunity for Indian Country in the Financial Services Industry
Advancing Financial Literacy in Tribal Communities
Increasing Career Opportunities for Native Americans in the Financial Services Industry
NAFSA NEWS & UPDATES
Late last week a federal judge ruled that the Lower East Side People’s Federal Credit Union failed to show it had standing to sue President Trump over his appointment of Mick Mulvaney to temporarily head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau following...read more
The House Financial Services (HFS) Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit held a hearing on January 30th entitled “Examining the Opportunities and Challenges in the Financial Technology (FinTech) Marketplace.” The hearing centered on...read more
Embattled banking institution Wells Fargo announced this week that it named Sarah Dahlgren as its new head of regulatory relations. Dahlgren previously spent 25 years with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where she worked a number of jobs including...read more
With the recent news that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) would reconsider its rule on small dollar credit products, the American Bankers Association wrote to Interim CFPB Director Mick Mulvaney requesting the consumer watchdog preserve...read more
By a vote of 7-3, an en banc D.C. Circuit Court ruled that the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is constitutional, overturning a panel decision last year that found the CFPB’s director must be fireable “at will” by the President...read more