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The External Outreach and Minority Affairs (EOMA) division conducts outreach activities through its participation, coordination, and execution of conferences, roundtables and seminars for Minority Depository Institutions (MDIs) and minority community organizations. EOMA collects and distributes information from these gatherings, and shares key matters of interest to minority communities and MDIs with OCC senior executives and managers.
EOMA's role within the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) also includes activities to expand technical assistance and training activities for MDIs. This type of engagement coordinates with organizations and financial institutions interested with improving fair access to banking services in low-to-moderate income and minority communities. For OCC's presence at your event, please contact EOMA with details.
View EOMA's conference schedule.
The Minority Affairs Roundtable is a meeting hosted by the OCC between national leaders from minority communities and OCC leadership and experts to discuss access to financial services in and the impact of banking regulations on under-resourced and minority communities.
EOMA collaborates with educational institutions, service organizations, financial institutions, Congressional Caucuses, and other consumer protection stakeholders to provide financial education in minority communities, increase the use of mainstream retail financial services, and build sustainable relationships between minority communities and financial institutions.
EOMA hosts roundtables with colleges and universities interested in learning more about OCC's bank supervision process and how the agency's mission contributes to the stability of our nation's economy.