OCC Deputy Comptroller Testifies on Foreclosure Fraud Enforcement Orders

OCC Deputy Comptroller Testifies on Foreclosure Enforcement Orders

BROOKLYN — Deputy Comptroller for Large Bank Supervision Morris Morgan testified today about the OCC’s comprehensive enforcement orders regarding mortgage servicing and foreclosure deficiencies before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.

Morris Morgan

Large Bank Deputy Comptroller

Morris Morgan is a Large Bank Deputy Comptroller at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).

As a Large Bank Deputy Comptroller, Mr. Morgan will lead the examination teams at a portfolio of large banks and thrifts, and will supervise the data analytics teams. He was appointed to this position in December 2011.

Mr. Morgan joined the OCC in 1985 and has since held a variety of positions in bank supervision, analysis, and policy. He served on the Bank of America examination team in general supervision duties before progressing to team leader roles covering capital markets, asset management, and commercial credit. Immediately prior to his appointment as Large Bank Deputy Comptroller, Mr. Morgan served as Examiner-in-Charge at PNC.

Mr. Morgan became a commissioned National Bank Examiner in 1989, and he earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1999. He holds a BBA in finance from Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches, Texas.

Oral and written testimony below…

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Oral Statement

Written Testimony

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4 Responses to “OCC Deputy Comptroller Testifies on Foreclosure Fraud Enforcement Orders”
  1. Wake up America, they are issing on all of us. Our story is a direct reflection of how manipulative, dishonest, and out and out ruthless the Big Banks, Indiana lawyers, and Judicial system has become. They have infiltrated the very core of our Justice System, while leaving the hard working Americans to fend for themselves. When lawyers mislead, abuse, and manipulate the Federal courts, and the Judges turn a blind eye then it’s time to say enough. We have been forced to endure a sadistic emotional and financial roller coaster ride throughout our journey to reveal the truth of an unsubstantiated wrongful foreclosure. Our understanding of the Judiciary obligation to the people is quite different from what has happened to us. Our understanding of the Judiciary’s obligation is to uphold and promote the independence, integrity, and Impartiality of the office, while avoiding impropriety and the appearance of impropriety. We have always believed the people have the right to be heard. Truth, Justice and The American way is literally becoming a myth. We the People are beginning to lose confidence in the very thing we hold so dear. When I hear of the corruption in the Judicial system, I immediately coincide it with Treason against the citizens of this great nation.

  2. P Nach says:

    The foreclosure mills of Shapiro & Burson…..now Shapiro Brown & Alt……seems they are now under new management…..is VIOLATING the OCC Consent Order on behalf of PNC Bank.
    And there’s no way that PNC does not know about this because I notified them!

  3. lvent says:

    Wake Up America..!!! This tyranny and depression is manufactured, illegal, unconstitutional…! Study the U.S. Constitution, U.S. property laws, U.S. trust laws…etc…also read the Un Patriot Act…that piece of legislation needs to be brought to the full attention of the U.S. Supreme Court and nullifed as it is unconstitutional and illegal…We will not know where the traitors are hidden if we do not hold their feet to the fire and make them prove their loyalty to America and their fellow Americans…These criminals are making a laughing stock out of all of us…and this was well planned.

  4. lies is all they tell says:

    can anyone please tell me what he means by “error”. does putting employed borrowers in stated income loans so they have free rein to increase salary at whim? or telling homeowners they had to be in default before they can apply for hamp loan. or maybe its the photoshopped signature on the note? that was error.

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