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
A similar version of this post was sent to NAFSA members on September 14th. Last week, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) entered into a consent order with lead generator Zero Parallel, which includes a provision specifically banning the consideration of...read more
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently published a report on its supervisory activity for the period from January 2017 to June 2017. The purpose of CFPB supervision is to determine if an institution is complying with federal laws and impose...read more
Speaking to a conference this week in New York, Acting Comptroller of the Currency Keith Noreika reiterated that his agency’s proposal to issue special purpose bank charters to fintech companies is still in an “exploratory phase.” His comments come at a time when...read more
The House passed a series of appropriation bills along party lines late Thursday deviating somewhat from President Trump’s original budget proposal, but also comprising some major changes over the last fiscal year. The financial services bill incorporated many of the...read more
A new survey by Morning Consult and Politico found that Americans are split on limiting the power of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). 22% of respondents felt limiting the CFPB was the right thing to do, while 23% believed restricting the federal...read more