WASHINGTON — The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency on Monday named Bryan Hubbard as the new deputy comptroller for public affairs.

Hubbard, currently the director for public affairs, will succeed Robert M. Garsson, who will retire May 31.

"Bryan has played a leadership role in OCC Public Affairs for some time and brings a wealth of experience, a broad skill set, and seasoned judgment to his new position," Comptroller of the Currency Thomas J. Curry said in a news release.

In his new role, Hubbard will be responsible for the agency's graphic design work, writer-editor groups and Freedom of Information Act compliance, in addition to his current functions, which include press relations and internal communications.

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