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Biliouris named as special aide to NCUA exec director
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (2/17/10)— Matthew Biliouris, who first starting working for the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) about 18 years ago, has a new position at the agency starting March 8. He’ll be Special Assistant to NCUA Executive Director Dave Marquis. Biliouris, who, in the newly-created position, will advise executive director David Marquis and serve as a senior assistant and program specialist with policy and strategic responsibilities, was hailed by NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz for “his breadth of experience and exceptional work ethic,” traits that Matz said “will be on display during these challenging times.” Biliouris first worked for the NCUA as an examiner in 1992, and over the years served as a supervision analyst, information systems officer, and recently as special assistant to NCUA Board Member Michael Fryzel. Biliouris’ name may be familiar to credit unions because he was NCUA’s “point man” on Bank Secrecy Act matters for several years.


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