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Ron Pasch

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Ron Pasch is a Deputy Comptroller for Large Banks in the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).

In this position, Mr. Pasch is one of two deputy comptrollers overseeing the OCC's large bank portfolio. He assumed these duties in December 2013.

Prior to this assignment, Mr. Pasch served as Deputy Comptroller for International Banking Supervision (IBS). In that role he was responsible for oversight and coordination of the OCC’s key international supervisory activities, including the agency’s Federal Branches and Agencies Program.

Prior to this position, Mr. Pasch served as Associate Deputy Comptroller in the OCC’s Northeastern District. He spent the 12 years prior to that in Large Bank Supervision serving in various positions including Examiner-in-Charge of the OCC’s London office and team leader for commercial credit on the OCC’s resident examination team at JPMorgan Chase.

During his career at the OCC, Mr. Pasch also worked in a variety of capacities in the field and at OCC headquarters, including the development of policy and supervisory guidance in the Treasury and Market Risk Division in the late 1990s. He joined the OCC in Sioux City, Iowa, in 1986 and became a commissioned national bank examiner in 1990.

Mr. Pasch is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin--River Falls, and has earned the GARP Financial Risk Manager and the Chartered Financial Analyst designations.