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In Memory of 15 ASMC members killed in the Pentagon attack.  9/11/2001




Sponsored by Washington Chapter
OSD Members




Mr. Fred D. Finke   
Deputy Comptroller,
Mid-Size Community Banks
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

Topic:  How a Bank Examiner Views the Current State of the Financial Markets.


            Attendees earn 0.5 CPE.


PLACE:    Holiday Inn
2460 Eisenhower Ave
Alexandria, VA 22314


Easy walk from Eisenhower Avenue Metro station (Yellow Line).


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DATE:     Monday, 14 July 2008
TIME:      Social 11:30,     Lunch 12:00


Members       $20.00 $22.00
Non-Members $22.00 $24.00
Seating limited.  Please reserve early!
Advance payment not required, but a confirmed reservation is!
Lunch Menu: Choice of Entrée: Stuffed Flounder Florentine
London Broil with Sherry Mushroom Sauce
Rice Pilaf
String Beans Almondine
Freshly Baked French Rolls
A Display of Assorted Cakes and Pies
Coffee (Regular and Decaffeinated)
Tea (Hot and Iced)

Please download and post luncheon Flyer in your workspaces.    

All luncheon attendees will be entered in a raffle to win 2 certificates good for a future free luncheon admission.  One certificate is for the winner's own use and the other is for the winner to give to a potential new member.


The June Luncheon winner was:   ???


General Information:  For reservations contact your Service Assistant Secretary (by noon Wednesday, July 9th).  Please make checks payable to ASMC.   If it is necessary to cancel a reservation after the deadline, payment is not returned.  Civilians and military personnel of all ranks are eligible for membership and are welcome to attend.  Correct change or checks appreciated at the door.


Click on your service Rep to send email RSVP or call number provided.

Army Lillian D. Jones (703) 692-9257
Navy Veronica Trent (703) 693-0833
Marine Corps Myra Ragan (703) 692-5266
Air Force Tina Miller (703) 588-6371
Coast Guard Susan Connors (202) 372-3628
OSD/Defense Agencies Lucy Williams (703) 571-9183
DFAS Jacquelyn Kelley (703) 607-5056
Corporate/Retired Member Rep Amy Anda (703) 289-8000
DIA Steve Bucher (202) 231-8820

Mr. Fred D. Finke
Deputy Comptroller,
Mid-Size Community Banks
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

Mr. Finke returned to the OCC’s Washington Headquarters in March, 2005, following eight years as the District Deputy Comptroller for the Northeastern District based in New York City.  The OCC's mission ensures a robust and financially sound national banking system. Throughout the OCC's 143-year history, high quality bank supervision has been, and continues to be, the OCC's foremost objective.

The mid-size and community bank division is responsible for the oversight of over 1,400 community banks, and over 50 branches of foreign banks doing business throughout the U.S.  In his current capacity Fred is the division’s point of contact for changes to the Agency’s capital rules (Basel II et al), and significant agency supervisory initiatives.

Fred joined the Office of the Comptroller in 1973 while still a college student.  He was commissioned a National Bank Examiner in 1978.  He spent his first few years with the OCC supervising banks in the Midwest.  In 1978 he joined the staff at the OCC's national headquarters in Washington, DC where he held various positions such as the Manager for Bank Structure Analysis in the Licensing Division, Director for the Special Supervision Division and Deputy Comptroller for Special Supervision.  He has also held the position of District Liaison which served as the focal point between the six districts nationwide and the Senior Deputy Comptroller for Bank Supervision Operations.

A native of Nebraska, Fred received his Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from the University of Nebraska. He also attended the Stonier Graduate School of Banking.

Sponsorship of future luncheons:     


Jul 14 OSD
Aug 20 USAF
Sep 17 DFAS
Oct 15 USMC
Nov 19 Navy
Dec Army - Holiday Social

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