The National Credit Union Administration announced on Monday the selection of Matthew Biliouris as the new deputy director of the agency’s consumer protection division, effective Aug. 11.
Biliouris recently served as the director of supervision at NCUA’s Office of Examination and Insurance. He joined NCUA in 1992 as an examiner, before which he served as the special assistant to NCUA’s executive director.
“Matt Biliouris is an excellent choice for this new job,” NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz said. “With his considerable knowledge of NCUA’s operations and our examination program, and his solid experience dealing with the policy issues affecting credit unions, Matt will hit the ground running to solve problems and produce results. He will be an important asset to this consumer-focused office that is central to our mission.”
Biliouris also served as a supervision analyst, program officer and information systems officer. He also spent one year on an assignment as the special assistant to former NCUA chairman and current board member Michael Fryzel.
“Matt Biliouris has done an outstanding job in all the positions he has held at NCUA,” Fryzel said. “While I served as Chairman, Matt was on my staff and proved to be an invaluable asset. His good work has continued during his tenure in the Office of Examination and Insurance. His knowledge of credit unions, the rules that govern them and his vast experience at NCUA will enable him to continue his fine work in our Office of Consumer Protection.”