National banks risk having their safety-and-soundness ratings downgraded if they do not improve the accuracy of Community Reinvestment Act data, a senior regulator warned Monday.

Inaccurate data may affect the management component of such a bank's Camels score, said Nanette G. Goulet, director of community and consumer policy in the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

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