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Collection: Moments in History
In "The History of Supervisory Expectations for Capital Adequacy Part I (1863-1983)," we traced regulatory views on capital over the first 120 years of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) history. The maintenance of a sound system of banks requiring the oversight of skilled examiners exhibiting sound judgement continues today, as it certainly will for many years to follow.
Roger Tufts and Paul Moloney