WASHINGTON — National banks are being hit with the first increase in supervisory fees since 1994 as the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency on Thursday said it will hike assessments by 2% next year to account for inflation.

The agency expects the increase will add roughly $5 million to its annual $410 million budget.

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