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OCC Banking Relations – To ensure a safe and sound banking system for all Americans, OCC builds and maintains relationships with the financial services industry. The OCC Banking Relations staff

  • Coordinates banker-focused education,
  • Provides timely financial and regulatory information,
  • Organizes beneficial networking and information-sharing events, and
  • Looks for ways to enhance communications among bankers, regulators, banking associations, and others in the financial services industry.

BankNet – Log on to this secure Web site exclusively for employees of national banks and federal savings associations for e-mail, financial services industry news, tools and reports, a calendar of upcoming events, and more.

Subscribe to OCC E-Mail – The OCC offers a variety of information through free e-mail subscriptions:

  • OCC News – Alerts, bulletins, news, and information about the mission, people and capabilities of the OCC.
  • OCC Community Affairs News - Information about community development, small business financing, financial literacy, and consumer protection
  • OCC Education Announcements - Announcements about outreach and educational opportunities for bank professionals.
  • OCC Consumer Advisories - Information of interest to consumers.

About the Federal Banking System

Education Opportunities

  • Director Workshops – Register for effective workshops that focus on roles and responsibilities for directors of national community banks and federal savings associations.

About OCC Supervision

Reference Material

Periodic Reports

Advisory Committees

  • The Mutual Savings Association Advisory Committee (MSAAC) helps the OCC assess the state of mutual savings associations and advises the OCC on ways to help ensure their continued health and viability.
  • The Minority Depository Institution Advisory Committee (MDIAC) helps the OCC assess the state of minority-owned depository institutions, advises on their supervisions, and shares ways to help ensure minority institutions remain a vibrant part of the federal banking system.

For Public Comment

  • See proposed rules, guidance, and other matters that are open for public comment on the Federal Register.