News Release 2002-90 | November 21, 2002
Jennifer Kelly Named Deputy Comptroller For Mid-Size Banks
WASHINGTON — The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency announced today that Jennifer C. Kelly has been named Deputy Comptroller for Mid-Size Banks. In her new assignment, Ms. Kelly will report directly to Timothy W. Long, Senior Deputy Comptroller for Mid-Size/Community Banks.
"Mid-size banks operate in an environment with unique challenges and pressures, demanding regulatory expertise that is responsive to their needs," said Mr. Long. "Ms. Kelly has the experience and expertise to guide our Mid-Size Bank program in the challenging years ahead."
Ms. Kelly is the first Deputy Comptroller for Mid-Size Banks and is responsible for supervision and oversight of the OCC's Mid-Size and Credit Card Bank program. For the past two years, Ms. Kelly served as Deputy Comptroller for Continuing Education and Resource Alternatives.
Ms. Kelly has twenty-three years experience with the OCC in a wide variety of assignments. She joined the OCC in 1979 as an Assistant National Bank Examiner in San Francisco and was commissioned a National Bank Examiner in 1982.
She is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Mass. with a degree in Economics.