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Delora Ng Jee

Photo of Delora Ng Jee Deputy Comptroller International Banking Supervision

Delora Ng Jee serves as Deputy Comptroller for International Banking Supervision (IBS) in the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).

In this position, Ms. Jee is responsible for consolidating, coordinating, and, in some cases, extending key international supervisory activities of the OCC, including key elements of the agency’s Federal Branches and Agencies Program. IBS is part of Large Bank Supervision and serves as the primary point of contact for international banking supervisors, and as a clearing house for various requests the agency receives, such as for supervisory information, bilateral meetings, and participation in international working groups. She assumed these responsibilities in April 2008.

Previously, she was responsible for the line supervision of a group of large banks throughout the United States, including several U.S. banks owned by large foreign banking organizations. She was also responsible for oversight of the OCC’s London office.

Ms. Jee joined the OCC in 1978 as a field examiner based in Dallas. Since then, she has held numerous bank supervision positions with the OCC, including field examiner in London, England; Manager of Supervisory Analysis in the agency’s Multinational Banking Division in Washington; Examiner-in-Charge of the OCC’s London office, which supervises branches of U.S. national banks located in Europe; and Examiner-in-Charge of the Chase Manhattan Corporation’s national banking operations. While Examiner-in-Charge of the Chase Manhattan Corporation, Ms. Jee was a voting member of the Interagency Country Exposure Review Committee. From February 1995 to June 1997, she was Deputy Comptroller of the OCC’s Western District, and was responsible for supervising national banks in Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, California, Alaska, Hawaii, and Guam.