Paul R. Reymann
Director for Consumer Compliance Policy
Paul Reymann is the Director for Consumer Compliance Policy at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).
In this role, Mr. Reymann is responsible for all activities associated with identifying risks and providing guidance on consumer protection policy. Mr. Reymann is a member of the OCC’s Responsible Innovation Taskforce, Payment Systems Working Group, Marketplace Lending Working Group, and National Retail Risk Committee. He is also Chairman of the OCC’s National Compliance Risk Committee. He has authored numerous articles and papers on safety and soundness, consumer compliance, payments risk, third-party risk, enterprise risk management, technology risk, managed compliance, transactional websites, customer information, network security and other technology, and cloud computing. He joined the OCC in 2015.
Mr. Reymann has more than 30 years of public- and private-sector experience working on risk and compliance challenges, including 13 years early in his career with the Office of Thrift Supervision. There he co-authored the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Data Protection Rule and authored several key regulatory directives and advisories on emerging risk management issues, including the financial industry’s first regulatory directive on Transactional Internet Banking.
Mr. Reymann previously served as chief executive officer at the ReymannGroup before the firm was acquired by HEIT in 2011. He was President of USA Operations at Compliance Coach. He was the chief risk officer of CSI’s Regulatory Compliance Division, which acquired HEIT in 2012. He was a partner in charge of the Compliance and Risk Management Division at McGovern Smith Advisors in Washington, D.C., before joining the OCC.
He holds a master of science degree in finance and a bachelor of science degree in business administration with a concentration in finance from the University of Baltimore.