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INFORMATION AVAILABLE IN THE OPPICE OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

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Ex viners have full access to all
th books and records of national
basins at any time with full exan-
ination being conducted usually
once a year. Based on the review
of records, evaluations are done
by the exaniners who determine
the condition of the bank. Re-
ports contain narrative comments
about, among other things, the
quality of management, earnings,
capital, assets, and liquidity.
Should weaknesses be noted, such
a8 poor-quality assets, they will
be scheduled in greater detail in
an appendix to the report. vi-
olations of banking statutes
(civil) discovered

the
exaniners are also detailed.

Exanination

reports ate confi-
dential and are exempt fron
disclosure under

numerous
statutes, including the freedom
of Information Act. They contain
information derived from customer
records and therefore are also
limited from disclosure by the
Right to financial Privacy Act of
1978. Examiners are precluded
from disclosing information from
examination reports by criminal
statute, 18 U.S.C. $1906, without
the prior permission of the
Comptroller.

Information is provided purs
to 12 C.P.R. S$4.16-1.19. This
requires that a request be for-
warded to the OCC indicating the
type of information that is re-
quested and the reason it is
necessary for law enforcement or
other purposes. (The request
should be as narrow as possible
and in normal cases should not
encompass the entire examination
reports.) Telephone contact to
district counsel. or to the
Enforcement and Compliance
Division in advance is suggested
SO that the request can be
expedited.

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