OCC Strengthens Financial Resiliency With New Capital Management Policy

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

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In the past few years, OCC has taken steps to strengthen its resilience through a variety of activities including increasing headcount, working to revamp the clearinghouse’s technology stack and altering margin methodologies, to name a few. In this video, OCC Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Scot Warren talks about the OCC’s new capital management policy. It was recently re-submitted after the prior policy was disapproved by the SEC at the beginning of 2019.

Produced by Mike Forrester 

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