OCC eyes reputational risk

Regulatory update

Boston – Reputational risk is being actively evaluated by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) during supervision of national banks, said Julie Williams, first senior deputy comptroller of the currency and chief counsel of the OCC. Williams was speaking at Risk magazine’s annual US conference, in Boston during early June.

“Certainly many shareholders would agree that events of the past two years have shown that an institution’s corporate reputation has a significant economic value

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