Washington DC Compliance

Round Table


Web Event: NFA Speaker

Jennifer Sunu

Director of Compliance, NFA

27 January 2022
04:30 pm est

Join us for a virtual meeting with Jennifer Sunu, Director of Compliance at the National Futures Association.  Jennifer will discuss recent developments in cyber security, supervision, and operations in a Covid and post-Covid environment as well as recent trends in NFA enforcement actions, and best practices relating to supervision and recordkeeping.

WDCCRT Members can RSVP at contact@wdccrt.org by COB 01/25/22 to receive log-in information.



Jennifer Sunu is a Director of Compliance at NFA, where she has worked since July 1994.  Ms. Sunu’s responsibilities include supervising the Compliance Department in its completion of its core functions, including examinations, investigations, and financial surveillance; overseeing the development of enforcement cases; responding to Member inquiries; and informing Members of NFA’s initiatives through Member meetings and industry conferences. 

Ms. Sunu has a B.S. degree in accounting from University of Illinois at Chicago, and is a Certified Fraud Examiner.



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  • To facilitate networking opportunities for compliance professionals in the financial and securities industries.

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