WASHINGTON — The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said Wednesday it will begin rotating out resident examiners in the largest banks as part of a slew of internal changes it plans to make later this year based upon suggestions made by foreign supervisors.

The resident examiner program has been criticized in the wake of the financial crisis, with some arguing it allows examiners to become too close to a bank's management team, ignoring signs that the institution is engaging in unsafe behavior.

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