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The Comptroller of the Currency Should Decide the Extent to Which His Action Control System Is Needed
GGD-81-93: Published: Sep 28, 1981. Publicly Released: Sep 28, 1981.
As part of its study of changes in bank supervision since 1976, GAO reviewed the Action Control System (ACS) of the National Bank Surveillance System under the supervision of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). The review consisted of an overall study of supervisory changes and a review of selected cases of banks requiring special supervisory attention to determine how ACS was use...
Comparing Policies and Procedures of the Three Federal Bank Regulatory Agencies
GGD-79-27: Published: Mar 29, 1979. Publicly Released: Apr 5, 1979.
In most cases, each of the three Federal bank regulatory agencies, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the Federal Reserve System (FRS), and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), establishes its own procedures for carrying out its wide range of responsibilities. The degree of consistency in the approaches used by the agencies depends on many factors, including manageme...
The Debate on the Structure of Federal Regulation of Banks
OCG-77-2: Published: Apr 14, 1977. Publicly Released: Apr 14, 1977.
The federal bank regulatory structure is discussed with emphasis on the three federal agencies that regulate and supervise commercial banks--Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Federal Reserve System, and Comptroller of the Currency. Restructuring proposals are centered on consolidation of federal bank supervision in FDIC, the Federal Reserve, the Department of the Treasury, or in a new...