News Release 2004-61 | July 19, 2004
John Quill Named Deputy Comptroller for Special Supervision
WASHINGTON — The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency today announced that John W. Quill has been named Deputy Comptroller for Special Supervision. He will report to Timothy Long, Senior Deputy Comptroller for Mid-Size/Community Bank Supervision.
"John brings a great deal of experience to this demanding position," said Mr. Long. "He has served in a wide variety of bank supervision positions which will allow him to make immediate contributions to the supervision of our most critical problem banks."
As head of the OCC's special supervision unit, Mr. Quill will oversea the agency's problem bank supervision program, including problem bank specialists. The problem bank specialists supervise national banks in critical condition and oversee bank closings.
Mr. Quill has been the Assistant Deputy Comptroller of the OCC's Maryland/National Capital Area Field Office since 1997. His prior assignment was Field Manager in the Washington D.C. Duty Station.
Mr. Quill has over 24 years experience as a National Bank Examiner with the OCC. He began his career in 1980 with the OCC in Miami, Florida and has also served as a regional bank analyst in the former Atlanta District Office.
Mr. Quill is a graduate of the University of South Florida and earned a BS in Finance.