Vance S. Price
Deputy Comptroller for International Banking Supervision
Vance S. Price is Deputy Comptroller for International Banking Supervision (IBS) in the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).
In this position, Mr. Price is responsible for oversight and coordination of the OCC’s key international supervisory activities, including 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 clearinghouse for various supervisory information, bilateral meetings, and participation in international working groups. He assumed these responsibilities in December 2013.
Prior to this assignment, Mr. Price was one of two deputy comptrollers overseeing the OCC’s large bank portfolio. In this role, he was responsible for the supervision of 10 of the largest banks in the country, and globally. He also oversaw the Excel Program, which provides examiners accelerated training in specialized areas and sponsored the Large Bank Supervision Directors’ Conference.
Previously, Mr. Price served as Examiner-in-Charge (EIC) of Capital One Financial. He also served as EIC sponsor of the OCC’s Large Bank Commercial Credit Network Group, and the National Commercial Credit Risk Committee.
Prior to that, Mr. Price was the OCC Director for Commercial Credit Risk for the Office of the Chief National Bank Examiner where he managed commercial credit risk policy development, chaired the National Commercial Credit Risk Committee, and represented the OCC on numerous interagency and international groups. After commissioning as a National Bank Examiner in 1991, he held a variety of bank supervision positions in field offices in Oklahoma, Florida and Texas.
Mr. Price graduated from Wichita State University in 1986 and began his OCC career as an Assistant National Bank Examiner in Tulsa, Oklahoma.