Roy DeLoach is a Washington, D.C.-based attorney and lobbyist with more than 30 years of legislative and regulatory experience in the financial services sector and related industries.
Client issue areas: Mid-cap securities markets, SEC tick-size pilot program, ICO offerings, SEC mandated use of Python programming language, credit repository legislation and regulations, mortgage lending, loan origination and short-term lending issues impacted by the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection and the Dodd-Frank Act.
DeLoach has served as chief executive officer of a major mortgage-related trade group. He also worked as a lobbyist for several national trade financial and housing trade groups. He was an owner-investor in three dot-com ventures relating to residential loans, mortgage processing and residential property listings, and is highly experienced in the area of new technologies and their impact on the financial markets and related businesses.
Earlier in his career, DeLoach worked at several federal agencies, including the Treasury and Labor Departments and the National Credit Union Administration. He was appointed to serve on HUD’s working group on Computerized Loan Origination Systems as well as HUD’s Negotiated Rulemaking Advisory Committee on Mortgage Broker Disclosure. He also was nominated to serve on the FTC’s Advisory Committee on Online Access and Security.
J.D., South Texas College of Law Houston
B.B.A., University of Houston