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News Release 2022-106 | September 7, 2022

WASHINGTON—Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael J. Hsu today discussed the long-term threats to trust in banking in remarks at the TCH + BPI Annual Conference in New York. His comments also included updates on his priorities of guarding against complacency, addressing inequality, adapting to digitalization, and managing climate-related risk in the federal banking system.

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