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Paul Wexler

Senior Financial Economist
(212) 790-4086
paul.wexler@occ.treas.gov

Paul J. Wexler is a senior financial economist in the International and Banking Condition Division at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). He currently leads departmental research on earnings risks and projection techniques related to Dodd-Frank stress testing requirements.

Before joining the OCC, Mr. Wexler was an economist and assistant treasurer for The Bank of New York Mellon where he wrote the publications U.S. Industry Financial Analysis and U.S. Industry Trends. Prior to that, Mr. Wexler worked as an economist and statistician for CBS Corporation and AT&T. He has also worked as an adjunct professor of economics and finance at New York University and The New School.

Mr. Wexler holds an MA in economics from Pennsylvania State University.

  1. Wexler, Paul J. (2010) “Deposit Pricing at Troubled Banks and Thrifts and its Impact on Healthy Institutions: Lessons from the 1980s & 1990s Crisis Years,” International and Banking Condition Division, OCC.
  2. Wexler, Paul J. “U.S. Industry Financial Analysis,” Quarterly Publication, Copyright 1981-1983, The Bank of New York.
  3. Wexler, Paul J. “U.S. Industry Trends,” Quarterly Publication, Copyright 1983-1985, The Bank of New York.
  1. Wexler, Paul J. (2015) “Analysis of Issues Affecting the Projection of PPNR (Under Hypothetical Economic and Financial Scenarios),” OCC Working Paper, International and Banking Condition Division.
  1. Wexler, Paul J. (2007) “Bank Earnings in Flat Yield Curve Environments,” Internal Publication, International and Banking Condition Division, OCC.
  2. Wexler, Paul J. (2005) “Wealth Effects on Consumption,” Internal Publication, International and Banking Condition Division, OCC.