Anna Craft advises financial services companies on a variety of complex compliance and regulatory matters. Her practice has focused on the negotiation and implementation of consent judgments with various regulators and the proactive implementation of changes to business practices that are required as a result of new statutes and regulations.
Anna uses her experience with and knowledge of the financial services industry to identify and mitigate risks that may arise in various business practices as a result of a dynamic and unpredictable regulatory environment.
She works directly with her clients’ internal legal department and business leaders to identify the most efficient and effective measures to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local requirements or to identify and remediate areas of concern.
Her experience advising multiple clients on the implementation of Servicing Standards required by the National Mortgage Settlement has given her a broad understanding of the main areas of concern facing the financial services industry today.
University of Virginia School of Law, J.D., 2011
University of Alabama, B.S., 2008, summa cum laude; Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honor Society; Outstanding Undergraduate Award; William A. Sander Award
University of Alabama, B.A., 2007, summa cum laude; University Honors Program
Clerkships : UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS, 11TH CIRCUIT, CHIEF JUDGE JOEL F. DUBINA, 2011 – 2012