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Noreika's Brief OCC Term Began Bank Rule Transformation

Law360, New York (November 20, 2017, 12:02 AM EST) -- Acting directors of federal agencies typically keep a low profile, managing an organization until a full-time agency head can get Senate confirmation. That has not been the case with Keith Noreika, the outgoing acting comptroller of the currency, who in the span of roughly six months led the Trump administration's charge to fundamentally shift the regulatory environment for banks.

Noreika will soon be departing the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency after the confirmation of Joseph Otting to serve as its head. He said in an interview with Law360 that his goal during his brief tenure was to shift the...

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