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Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry to step down May 5

Keith Noreika named acting comptroller of the currency
Thomas Curry will officially step down as comptroller of the currency on May 5 after more than five years at the helm. Curry completed his five-year term on April 9, and rumors started to spread as early as March on who the possible replacement would be. In the meantime, Keith Noreika will serve as acting comptroller of the currency.
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Trump reportedly considering former OneWest CEO to lead OCC

Joseph Otting worked closely with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
President Donald Trump is “expected to name” Joseph Otting to serve as the Comptroller of the Currency, one of the country’s top financial regulators, per a CNBC report. Otting served as the CEO of OneWest Bank from 2010 until 2015, working alongside Steven Mnuchin, the recently installed Secretary of the Department of the Treasury and the former chairman of OneWest.
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OCC: Credit risk now at the forefront of concern

Regulator pivots as banks take on increased risks
As the economy recovers and banks once again take on the risk of less-creditworthy borrowers, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has signaled that its focus is shifting, too — away from the operational and compliance risk it has emphasized since the financial crisis and back to credit risk.
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