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Director for International Analysis and Banking Condition
Norm Williams serves as Director for International Analysis and Banking Condition in the Economics Department at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).
In this capacity, Mr. Williams is responsible for the management of research and analysis that identifies, measures, and monitors systemic risks to the system of federally-chartered banking institutions. The scope of this research and analysis includes the U.S. economy and its banking system, international economies, and global financial markets. The division also provides technical examination support for the OCC’s Dodd Frank Act stress testing activities, as well as its international and federal branches and agencies supervisory programs.
Mr. Williams came to the OCC from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, where he served for ten years as an economist and then manager of economic analysis. Prior to this, he spent several years as a vice president and economist for a regional bank.
Mr. Williams holds a B.A. in economics and M.A. in business and economics.