Credit Risk USA: Real estate, rates and bank competition a concern, says OCC

Deputy comptroller gives sneak-preview of possible systemic threats that will be highlighted in a forthcoming OCC report

Martin Pfinsgraff, OCC

Real-estate lending, low interest rates and fierce competition between US banks are among the possible systemic threats to be highlighted in a report by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), Martin Pfinsgraff, deputy comptroller for credit and market risk at the agency, has revealed.

Pfinsgraff made the remarks during a keynote address at Credit Risk USA in New York, ahead of the publication of the OCC's Semi-annual perspective on risk, due to be published in two weeks. The

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