The Georgia Advocacy Conference is at the end of this month, and you don’t want to miss timely and informative updates from Constitutional officers, State Legislative leadership, government affairs experts, state political pundits, and key credit union advocates. Scheduled from January 31 – February 1, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia, we will foreshadow credit union priorities for the legislative session and share how you can get involved and make a difference.
Commissioner, Georgia Department of Banking and Finance
Kevin Hagler was appointed Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance effective July 1, 2013. As Commissioner, Kevin has regulatory oversight of 123 banks, 48 credit unions, and over 21,000 mortgage and money service business entities. Prior to his appointment as Commissioner, Kevin served as Deputy Commissioner for Supervision since
August 1, 2008, where he was directly responsible for supervision of depository financial institutions (state-chartered banks and trust companies; state-chartered credit unions; and, bank holding companies and foreign banking organizations conducting business in Georgia).
Kevin began his career with the Department as an Assistant Financial Examiner in 1997. He progressed through the examiner ranks and became a Supervisory Examiner in 2002 in District 1.
In 2003, Kevin was appointed to the position of District Director in District 1, where he assumed field regulatory and supervisory responsibilities for the financial institutions in the district.