The International Banking and Capital Policy Division provides a variety of resources and expert assistance to national banks, federal saving associations, federal branches and agencies, international banking supervisors, advisors, and OCC examiners on the supervision of foreign banking organizations in the United States, the international activities of U.S. banks, and regulatory capital issues. The division focuses on international policy coordination to help foster financial stability through strong bank supervision and regulation.
The International Banking and Capital Policy Division consists of two departments:
- International Banking provides support for OCC’s international-related activities. Among International Banking’s duties are serving as the primary point of contact for international banking supervisors and as a clearinghouse for various requests the agency receives. Also, International Banking administers the OCC’s Foreign Technical Assistance (FTA) program.
- Capital Policy strives to ensure that regulatory capital requirements adequately reflect risk. In coordination with other U.S. regulators and international standard setters, Capital Policy identifies and develops policies to address emerging risks to bank capital.
|First Name||Last Name||Title|
|Amrit||Sekhon||Deputy Comptroller for International Banking and Capital Policy and the Acting Deputy Comptroller for the Office of the Chief Accountant|
|Margot||Schwadron||Director for Capital Policy|
|Rich||Gaffin||Acting Director for International Banking|