WASHINGTON - National banks will soon have a new way to let the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency know what they think of its examination process.

On Monday, the agency unveiled a survey that banks can fill out at the conclusion of each OCC examination. The completed forms will be sent directly to OCC Ombudsman Samuel P. Golden in an effort to quell banks' fears of retribution from examiners.

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