bank examiner


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an examiner appointed to audit the accounts of banks in a given jurisdiction

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As a National Bank Examiner and Examiner-in-Charge, Randy has overseen numerous bank examinations at institutions varying in size from small community banks to a $70 billion institution.
In addition, the type of person that chooses to he a bank examiner could change.
Yet because so many banks currently are over-leveraged, some of them beyond regulatory thresholds, bank examiners continue to ask banks to order appraisals where the safety and soundness of loans may he at issue.
Indeed, in the United States, it takes about five years to train a college graduate to become a first-rate bank examiner.
Miles served as bank examiner for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
Before getting into the business, bank examiner Richard Pollock-Nelson was a certified boomerang fanatic, not merely tossing a crescent in the park, but also collecting comebackers and competing in U.
We're attempting to encourage our examiners to open up those communication lines early in the examination and review process," says Bill Morris, a senior policy analyst and national bank examiner in the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, (OCC) which oversees national banks.
Be it a fraudulent investment scheme or telephone sale of an unneeded product at a grossly inflated price, removing money from a savings account to help a phony bank examiner catch a thief or to pay as good faith money to share in a larger sum.
According to Alan Dombrow, an OCC national bank examiner, the OCC doesn't penalize banks for misleading advertising or require them to reimburse consumers whom they may have bilked.
Prior to joining CCG Catalyst, Defrantz served as senior compliance examiner at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, analytical manager at the Office of Thrift Supervision and a commissioned national bank examiner at OCC.
Longhofer has served as a Commissioned Bank Examiner for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for more than seven years before joining First Financial in October, 2010.
Brown has more than 14 years of finance experience, including 411 four years as a senior Trent bank examiner for the Brown Arkansas State Bank Department.
Barton, chief national bank examiner, said he believes there is a connection between the delinquencies and weaknesses in mass mailing of credit card applications.
Although not all of his partners are involved in the day-to-day operation of ElecTech, they do lend their expertise, since the group includes a federal bank examiner and a banker, an electrical engineer, a computer-aided designer, a microprocessing engineer, and a marketing expert.