The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is planning to overhaul its 25-year-old system of basing a national bank's examination fee on its asset size.

The agency is mulling new factors - including a bank's health, the products and services it offers, corporate structure, and revenue sources - to consider in setting fees. The OCC said it also might blend these components.

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