Anastasia (“Tasia”) Davis Stull is a member of Clark Partington’s Transactional practice group and focuses on business formation and organization, negotiation and transactions, corporate governance, and financial institution consumer compliance, including matters involving medical marijuana. Tasia is proud to return to her hometown on the Gulf Coast after spending almost two decades in Washington, DC, New York, NY and London practicing in the area of financial services.
Tasia practices in the Firm’s Destin office and has represented individual and corporate clients in a wide range of industries including banking, mortgage, securities, and business transactions. She is a dynamic, results-oriented professional whose depth and breadth of experience allows her to provide strategic advice to her clients, in addition to offering practical solutions. Tasia’s clients benefit from her belief that it is important to serve as their trusted advisor and counselor at law.
Before coming to Clark Partington, Tasia was Senior Regulatory Counsel for the Consumer Bankers Association representing the largest retail banks in the U.S. on a myriad of regulatory, compliance and business issues. She also practiced with the law firm Buckley Sandler LLP in its regulatory, litigation and enforcement group, and held a senior position with several prominent consulting firms in both Washington, DC and New York, NY. She was an attorney in the General Counsel’s office of Merrill Lynch International Bank’s Global Private Client group in London, UK and began her career at the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement.
Tasia was honored to serve as the President and General Counsel of Women in Housing & Finance, Inc. and was on the board’s executive committee for seven years. She earned a Masters of Law with honors in Securities & Financial Regulation from Georgetown University Law Center, a Juris Doctor from Nova Southeastern University and a Bachelor of Arts with honors from the University of South Alabama. She is licensed to practice law in Florida and Washington, DC, and is a member of the United States Supreme Court Bar. Tasia is also a FINRA Dispute Resolution Industry Abritrator and a Certified Regulatory Compliance Professional (CRCP).
In her spare time, Tasia enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, playing golf, and is active in the church and the community.
- Women in Housing & Finance, Inc., Past President 2015-2016; President, 2014-2015; President-Elect, 2013-2014; Vice President, 2012-2013; General Counsel, 2011-2012; Vice Chair, Securities Task Force, 2009-2015
- Florida Bar
- District of Columbia Bar
- United States Supreme Court Bar
- Walton County Bar Association
- American Bar Association, Consumer Financial Services and Banking Law Committees
- Certified Regulatory Compliance Professional (CRCP), FINRA Institute at Wharton, 2012
- ABA National Compliance School, 2011
- Illinois Mortgage Bankers Association, Compliance Update, November 2016
- Adjunct Faculty, Graduate School of Banking at Colorado, Effective Vendor Management Compliance, July 2016
- Bank Directors’ Workshop, American Association of Bank Directors, April 2013
- TRID Enforcement – Sitting Pretty or Sitting Duck?, Mortgage Compliance Magazine, February 2016
- The New Non-Bank Compliance Model, Mortgage Banking Magazine, Vol.72/No.12, September 2012
- A Proactive Approach to RMBS Litigation, BAI Banking Strategies, April 2012
- Compensation Risk Analysis: The Bank Director’s Role, Westlaw Journal: Corporate Officers & Directors Liability, Vol. 26/Issue 6, September 2010
Areas of Practice
- Business and Corporate
- Litigation and Enforcement
- Arbitration and Mediation
- LL.M., Georgetown University Law Center, Securities & Financial Regulation, 2004
- J.D., Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center, cum laude, 2001
- B.A., University of South Alabama, Political Science/History, cum laude, 1995