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Marci A. Heppner

Photo of Marci A. HeppnerDirector for International Banking Supervision

Marci A. Heppner serves as Director for International Banking Supervision, part of the Large Bank Supervision Department, at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). 

Ms. Heppner is responsible for overseeing the supervision program for federal branches and agencies, which includes 48 branches, two national banks, and one trust company from 32 foreign banks and 19 countries. She assumed these responsibilities in May 2014. 

Ms. Heppner joined the OCC in 1999 as an Assistant National Bank Examiner in the Minneapolis, Minn., field office. She became a National Bank Examiner in 2003 and gained her cross-credential Federal Thrift Regulator (FTR) certification in October 2013. From 2005 to 2008, she was the Assistant Deputy Comptroller Analyst for the Minneapolis North team. In April 2008, she transferred to Headquarters as Commercial Credit Risk Specialist in Credit and Market Risk. Ms. Heppner completed the LeaderTRACK program in July 2013 and, in that capacity, acted as a Large Bank Team Lead, Director of Operational Risk Policy, and as Assistant Deputy Comptroller in the Boston field office. She passed the CPA exam in 1998 and previously worked as a CPA for Grant Thornton LLP. 

She holds a bachelor of science degree in accounting from University of Northwestern at St. Paul, Minnesota, and a master’s in business administration from Metropolitan State University in Minneapolis.