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Teresa A. Rutledge
Director for International Banking Supervision
Teresa A. Rutledge is the Director for International Banking Supervision (IBS) at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).
Ms. Rutledge is responsible for overseeing key international supervisory activities of the OCC. IBS serves as the primary point of contact for international banking supervisors, including for bilateral meetings, information sharing requests, OCC’s foreign technical assistance program, and OCC’s participation in the Joint Forum. Also, IBS is responsible for analyzing major international supervisory changes that impact domestic financial institutions and OCC supervisory policies.
Before her appointment as Director for IBS, Ms. Rutledge served for 10 years as Senior International Advisor. Other previous positions at the OCC include examining both large and community banks, as well as working with troubled banks.
Ms. Rutledge has earned the OCC’s accreditation of National Bank Examiner, along with the accreditation of National Trust Examiner. Also, Ms. Rutledge has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. She has been with the OCC since 1980 and is a graduate of the University of Missouri.