Nothing thrills Henry more than a controversial piece of legislation, a complicated new regulation or a groundbreaking lawsuit. As associate general counsel for the Credit Union Association of New York, Henry is actively involved in all legislative, regulatory and legal issues impacting New York credit unions. Whether he’s joining in the Association’s advocacy efforts, lending his legal expertise to the Association and its affiliate companies or arguing before the New York State Appellate Division, his voice is unique and influential.
Before joining the Association in 2006, Henry served as a counsel to the New York State Assembly Republican Conference for seven years. There, he analyzed proposed banking legislation and briefed Assembly members on their intricacies and potential implications.
Henry is a graduate of American University in Washington, D.C., and Hofstra University’s School of Law in New York. Born and raised on Long Island, he now lives in the Albany area with his wife and two children.
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