bank examiner

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: examiner - an examiner appointed to audit the accounts of banks in a given jurisdiction
examiner, inspector - an investigator who observes carefully; "the examiner searched for clues"
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Her years as a bank examiner and time spent working in bank operations will be a tremendous asset to us.
On the other hand, Fonacier, the youngest at 58, also rose from the ranks, starting as a bank examiner in 1984 until she was appointed deputy governor for financial supervision in 2017.
She has made a career with the OCC, starting in 1983 as an assistant national bank examiner in Memphis.
Carmen Segarra, a former New York Fed bank examiner, who has recently published her book detailing the cosy relationship between banks and regulators, feels that the Federal Reserve should quit the job of regulating banks.
In 2009, Mario graduated during the housing crisis and was fortunate to achieve permanent status as an FDIC bank examiner. He did not take this position for granted, as many of his peers had a hard time securing employment.
Mike Kellum, a bank examiner with information technology certification at the Oklahoma Banking Department, said that even the third-party security vendors hired by banks are audited.
Khalid joins Bank Sohar with almost 20 years of experience as a central banker, leaving his former post as a senior bank examiner at the Central Bank of Oman.
He began his career as a bank examiner with Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, which is an independent bureau of the U.S.
Treasury Department as a National Bank Examiner. After spending ten years with the OCC, Mr.
In 1986 he was a 31-year-old bank examiner adventure-touring on a train in Peru when a terrorist bomb went off in the metal luggage rack above his head.
At one point, the top brass at the prestigious bank ambushed a junior bank examiner, becoming 'loud and combative' when he disclosed disputed results of an exam.