Ferreira has most recently served as National Bank Examiner in the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) at the U.
What does NBE stand for?
NBE stands for National Bank Examiner
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We have 65 other meanings of NBE in our Acronym Attic
- Noord-Brabantsch-Duitsche Spoorweg-Maatschappij (Dutch: Noord-Brabantsch-Duitsche Spoorweg-Maatschappij North Brabantsch-Duitsche Railway Company)
- Nuclear Burst Detection System
- Neighborhood Business District Support Fund (Cincinnati, Ohio)
- New Brunswick Department of Supply and Services (Canada)
- Nannette Brodie Dance Theatre (Long Beach, CA)
- Non-Bank Deposit Takers
- Narrow Band Digital Voice System
- National Ballroom Dance Week (various locations)
- North Bay Dairy Women
- Narrow Band Digital Cross Connect
- National Bank of Egypt
- National Board Examination
- National Brand Equivalent (product labeling)
- National Bulk Equipment, Inc.
- Natural Battlespace Environment (US DoD)
- Natural Breast Enlargement
- Neutral Beam Etching
- No Basis for Evaluation (education)
- Non-Biological Extraterrestrial
- Normalisation by Evaluation
Samples in periodicals archive:
These types of alerts are not issued frivolously," Wayne Rushton, a former deputy comptroller and national bank examiner at the OCC, said in an interview.
For more information, contact Michael Bylsma, Director, Community and Consumer Law Division, at 202-874-5750; Michele Meyer, Special Counsel, Legislative & Regulatory Activities Division, at 202-874-5090; or Rick Freer, National Bank Examiner, Compliance, at 202-874-4428; or write to 250 E Street, SW.
According to Alan Dombrow, an OCC national bank examiner, the OCC doesn't penalize banks for misleading advertising or require them to reimburse consumers whom they may have bilked.
Earlier in his career, he spent nearly 20 years with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), holding several managerial positions, as well as analytical and technical positions including national bank examiner and problem bank analyst.
and predecessor companies, in Portland, Maine; and for nineteen years as a national bank examiner with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
National Bank Examiner from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency; Virginia Gibbs, of the Federal Reserve's Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation; and Anna M.
In its most recent supplemental guidance to Banking Circular 277 and the Comptroller's Handbook for National Bank Examiners, the Comptroller identifies thirteen lessons learned from events over the past two years.