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Donna M. Murphy is the Deputy Comptroller for Compliance Risk Policy and the Acting Deputy Comptroller for the Office of Financial Technology at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).
In her role as Deputy Comptroller for Compliance Risk Policy, Ms. Murphy oversees development of policy and examination procedures relating to consumer compliance, fair lending, Community Reinvestment Act (CRA), Bank Secrecy Act, and antimoney laundering issues. She serves as a key advisor to the Committee on Bank Supervision and to the Comptroller on compliance and CRA matters. She took on this role in May 2016.
In her role as Acting Deputy Comptroller for the Office of Financial Technology, Ms. Murphy provides oversight for the office responsible for the analysis and evaluation of financial technology innovations, trends, emerging risks, and potential implications for OCC supervision and OCC-supervised banks. She assumed these responsibilities in September 2023.
Ms. Murphy previously served as the Director of the Community and Consumer Law Division and oversaw the legal department that provides legal interpretations and advice to OCC policymakers, managers, and examiners on consumer compliance and fair lending laws.
Prior to joining the OCC in March 2013, Ms. Murphy served in the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice as a Deputy Chief in the Housing and Civil Enforcement Section, the Special Litigation Section, and the Voting Section.
Before joining the Justice Department, Ms. Murphy served as a law clerk for the Honorable Myron H. Thompson, U.S. District Judge in Montgomery, Alabama.
Ms. Murphy received her law degree from Yale Law School, and is a summa cum laude graduate of the American University in Washington, D.C.