WASHINGTON — The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency on Wednesday issued a final rule increasing examination fees for large institutions.

Under the new rule, which was unchanged from an April proposal, federally chartered banks and thrifts with more than $40 billion in assets will be subject to a 14.5% hike in the marginal assessment rate. Growth in actual assessments will range from 0.32% to 14%, depending on an institution's size. The average increase in fees will be 12%.

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