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These are types of formal enforcement actions the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) is authorized to take against financial institutions that the OCC supervises and parties affiliated with them.
The term "banks" includes national banks, Federal savings associations and their subsidiaries, and Federal branches and agency offices regulated by the OCC. The term "institution-affiliated party," or IAP, is defined in 12 USC 1813 (u) and includes bank directors, officers, employees, and controlling shareholders.
For more information on OCC enforcement actions, please see the following policies and procedures manuals:
Comptroller's Decisions and Orders
Policy: Bank Enforcement Actions and Related Matters (PDF)
BSA and Related Regulations
Help With My Bank
Bank Dispute Resolution
Bank Appeals Process Brochure
Search Enforcement Actions
View Historical Thrift Savings Legal Opinions
Access Historical Advisory Letters
Learn About the Chief Counsel's Office