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More than 80 percent of the institutions supervised by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) are community banks and federal savings associations.
These institutions play a crucial role in providing consumers and small businesses with essential financial services and a source of credit that is critical to economic growth and job expansion. The OCC recognizes the important role community banks and federal savings associations play, and we are committed to fostering a regulatory climate that allows well-managed community banks to grow and thrive while ensuring compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
OCC Chief Counsel's Interpretation on National Trust Banks (PDF)
Information for Bankers
District and Field Office Contact Information
Assessments and Fees
Review and Sign up for Community Bank Director Workshops
Comment on Proposed Regulations at Regulations.gov
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