One year after the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency reorganized its oversight of large national banks, the agency's examiners are facing their biggest test.

The recent wave of huge mergers has put the agency's three deputy comptrollers in charge of large-bank supervision under intense pressure to make sure the deals are pulled off smoothly, with no major mishaps that could shake confidence in the banking system.

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