Curry confirmed Comptroller of the Currency
Thomas Curry, who served as the Commissioner of Banks for Massachusetts during most of the 1990s, was confirmed Comptroller of the Currency by the U.S. Senate. His first day on the job was scheduled to be April 8. Curry has served on the FDIC board since 2004 and as Comptroller he will remain on that board. Curry was nominated to be Comptroller last June. He succeeds John Dugan, whose term concluded last August. Since then, John Walsh has been serving as Acting Comptroller.
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