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"The 2008 financial crisis demonstrated that much stronger supervisory standards would be necessary to manage the risks associated with large, complex financial institutions," Curry said.

OCC Finishes 'Heightened Expectations' Regime for Big Banks

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has finalized a set of risk management supervisory standards for banks with over $50 billion in assets.

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