OCC Approves Final Rule Regarding Effect of Supervisory Guidance

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On February 16, the OCC approved a final rule that confirms that supervisory guidance, unlike statutes or regulations, does not create binding legal obligations for the public. The final rule reaffirms that the OCC does not take enforcement actions on the basis of non-compliance with supervisory guidance. The proposed rule was published on November 5 and was adopted without material change. The final rule becomes effective on March 15. Bulletin.

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