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

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The agency's locally based bank examiners live, work, shop and send their children to the same schools that other Arkansans send their kids.
He began his professional career as an entry-level bank examiner with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Banks in 1990.
She is a commissioned Federal Reserve Bank Examiner and holds an undergraduate degree from Kean University of New Jersey and a J.D.
An internal 0CC memo dated April 29, 2009, from the chief national bank examiner offered clarification to examiners on handling "problem real estate loans." The memo indicated "the appropriate frequency for re-appraisals/evaluations is case-specific." However, it went on to note that banks should have their own policies in place for when an appraisal is required versus an alternative valuation method.
In addition, the type of person that chooses to he a bank examiner could change.
One of BE'S Most Powerful Executives, he began his career as a bank examiner at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Lake, a former Federal Reserve bank examiner and White House assistant told the delegates he was an outsider, and that is what the state needs in a new auditor.
I found Chapter 4: offering informative guides for parents and baby sitters, Chapter 11 filled with Financial and Fiduciary Abuse information: covering topics including Pigeon Drops, Bank Examiner Fraud, Home Repair Fraud, Caregiver Theft, Internet Fraud and Ponzi/Pyramid Schemes as well as Chapter 19 filled with methods for protecting the Home to be of particular interest and value.
Career Path: Comptroller of the Currency, Twelfth Regional District, Denver, Bank Examiner, 1980-82, a college work/study program--attended school for six months and worked for six months; 1983-84, Price Waterhouse & Co., Midland, Texas, Staff Auditor; 1984-85, Arthur Young & Co., Dallas, Tax Accountant; 1985-87, Independent American Real Estate, Inc., Dallas, Division Controller; 1987-91, Trammell Crow Co., Mill Valley, Calif., and Dallas, Controller, Multi-Family Housing and Community Development; 1991-96, San Francisco Symphony (SFS), San Francisco, Controller; 1996 to present, SFS Finance Director (CFO).
Indeed, in the United States, it takes about five years to train a college graduate to become a first-rate bank examiner. A supervisor's role is just too subtle both in terms of setting standards and enforcing them.
Miles served as bank examiner for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
"Can the kids handle the scams?" asks one of the cover lines of the January 1985 issue of Hawaii Business, featuring a fresh-faced, 30-year-old bank examiner named Donna Tanoue among several other new state government appointees.
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.S.
"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.