Office Of The Comptroller Of The Currency (OCC)

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) is a federal agency that regulates national banks and federal savings associations. The OCC was created in 1863 by the National Banking Act. Its main job is to make sure that these banks and associations operate in a safe and sound manner, and follow consumer protection laws. The OCC also works to ensure that national banks provide fair access to banking services, credit, and capital.

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