Acting head of US banking regulator to resign Thursday by Reuters

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Brian Brooks, acting director of the US Comptroller of the Currency, will leave the agency on January 14, the regulator said in a statement. Brooks has led the agency in an acting role since May. He will be replaced by Blake Paulson, the agency’s chief operating officer, who has been with the regulator since 1986.

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