Director for Community and Consumer Law
Ken Lennon is the Director for Community and Consumer Law at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).
In that capacity, Mr. Lennon and his staff provide advice to the OCC’s Supervisory, Compliance and Community Affairs, Licensing, and Customer Assistance Group units on matters involving consumer protection, fair lending, fair access to bank services, and community development and reinvestment, and collaborate with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the prudential banking agencies, and other governmental agencies regarding the development, implementation, and consistent application of consumer-related regulations and policy guidance.
Mr. Lennon joined the agency in 1994, beginning his OCC career as an attorney in the OCC’s Litigation Division. In 1997, he moved to the Enforcement and Compliance Division of the Law Department. Mr. Lennon joined the OCC’s Southern District Counsel’s Office in 2006, where he remained until he became the Assistant Director for Community and Consumer Law in 2012.
Mr. Lennon received a Juris Doctor from the University of Miami and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame.