Friday, December 9, 2022

Former CalChamber Board Chair Explains Comptroller of Currency Goals

Joseph M. Otting, sworn in as the 31st Comptroller of the Currency last November, entertains the CalChamber Board of Directors dinner audience on December 6 with anecdotes about his experiences in Washington D.C. as administrator of the federal banking system, as well as information about the agency’s plans to modernize and streamline its oversight of the banks and financial institutions under its purview to better serve customers, businesses and their communities. Otting, a banking executive for more than two decades, was a CalChamber Board member from May 2009 until his confirmation as Comptroller of the Currency in November 2017, and served as CalChamber chair in 2015 while president and CEO of OneWest Bank N.A.

 

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