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News Release 2022-42 | April 22, 2022


WASHINGTON—The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) today announced the launch of a discussion series to explore issues relating to the financial wellbeing of consumers.

The Financial Health: Vital Signs series will feature discussions with Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael J. Hsu and academic, community and industry leaders on issues affecting the financial health of consumers. The quarterly discussion series will be livestreamed and is open to the public.

The first event will be held April 28 and feature discussions on minority ownership of cryptocurrency with John Hope Bryant, the founder, CEO and Chairman of Operation Hope, and Professor Tonya Evans of Penn State Dickinson Law.

For information on how to view the event, please visit the Comptroller Appearances page on OCC.gov.

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