On September 29, 2016, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency issued final guidance for recovery planning.  The Guidance applies to insured national banks, federal savings associations and federal branches of foreign banks with average total consolidated assets of $50 billion or more.

We partnered with Ernst & Young LLP to prepare a getting started guide for banks that are subject to the OCC’s recovery planning guidance.

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Michael Nonaka is a partner in the firm’s Financial Institutions practice group. He represents banks and other financial institutions on a wide variety of bank regulatory, enforcement, legislative and policy issues.  Mr. Nonaka also is co-chair of the firm’s Fintech Initiative and works…

Michael Nonaka is a partner in the firm’s Financial Institutions practice group. He represents banks and other financial institutions on a wide variety of bank regulatory, enforcement, legislative and policy issues.  Mr. Nonaka also is co-chair of the firm’s Fintech Initiative and works with a number of banks, lending companies, money transmitters, payments firms, technology companies, and service providers on innovative technologies such as big data, blockchain and related technologies, bitcoin and other virtual currencies, same day payments, and online lending.