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OCC Announces Laurie Flom as New Head of Enterprise Risk Management

October 13, 2014
Chicago -

OCC announced today that Laurie Flom has joined OCC as First Vice President and Head of Enterprise Risk Management.

Ms. Flom comes to OCC from Associated Banc-Corp where she served as Senior Vice President, Director, Enterprise Risk Management. In that role, she was responsible for developing and implementing the bank's enterprise risk management framework. Prior to that, she held similar positions as Senior Vice President, Enterprise Risk Management at Northern Trust Company and Senior Vice President, Head of Services Risk Management at LaSalle Bank Corporation. Ms. Flom has additional experience operating as a commercial banker before specializing in risk management.

"We are very pleased to welcome Laurie to OCC," said Craig S. Donohue, OCC Executive Chairman. "Her extensive experience in developing, implementing and managing successful Enterprise Risk Management programs will accelerate OCC's efforts to further enhance and mature our own ERM program, as we strive to meet the heightened expectations that regulators and market participants have for systemically important clearinghouses like OCC."

Ms. Flom received her Bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

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