Larry L. Hattix
Senior Deputy Comptroller for Enterprise Governance and Ombudsman, and Chief Risk Officer
Larry L. Hattix serves as the Senior Deputy Comptroller for Enterprise Governance and Ombudsman, and the Chief Risk Officer, at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).
As the Senior Deputy Comptroller for Enterprise Governance and Ombudsman, he oversees the agency's enterprise governance function, the bank and savings association appeals program, and the customer assistance group. He assumed this role in February 2013 and is a member of the agency's Executive Committee.
As the Chief Risk Officer, Mr. Hattix drives an agency-wide view of risks and evaluates adherence to the agency's risk appetite statement. He assumed these duties in July 2021.
Mr. Hattix also represents the agency as member of the International Network of Financial Services Ombudsman Schemes that promotes effective dispute resolution, improves international coordination and cooperation, and shares best practices globally.
Prior to this role, Mr. Hattix served as Ombudsman since January 2008. He previously served as Assistant Deputy Comptroller for the Cincinnati/Columbus Field Office since 2003, where he directly supervised 40 banks.
Mr. Hattix became a Specialist in Bank Information Systems in 1996, a BIS Lead Expert in July 2000, and was commissioned a National Bank Examiner in March 1994, with a specialty in Consumer and Community Reinvestment Act compliance.
Mr. Hattix joined the OCC in 1988 as an Assistant National Bank Examiner in the Deerfield, Illinois Duty Station, after graduating from Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin, with a degree in business administration-finance.