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Grant Wilson

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Grant Wilson is Director for Commercial Credit Risk in the Credit and Market Risk Division of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) having served in this position since April 2012.

In this role, Mr. Wilson provides expert advice to senior OCC executives on commercial credit markets and policy matters, formulates commercial credit supervisory guidance and examination procedures, and represents the OCC externally on commercial credit risk issues affecting the banking industry. Mr. Wilson serves as Chairperson of the National Commercial Credit Committee, which advises the National Risk Committee on commercial credit risks and trends in the U.S. banking system.

Previously, Mr. Wilson managed the Shared National Credit (SNC) Program, the agency’s largest and most complex commercial credit examination activity. The annual examination is administered jointly with the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

Mr. Wilson began his OCC career in 1979 assigned to the Oklahoma City Field Office and earned his National Bank Examiner commission in 1982. He served as a Problem Bank Analyst in the Southwestern District Office before working in the Fort Worth and Dallas Field Offices as an Examiner in Charge and credit lead for many community, midsize, and large banks. He has extensive experience supervising problem banks and evaluating commercial credit risk.

A native of Oklahoma, Mr. Wilson graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1978 with a BBA in Finance. He earned his Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1998.
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