Mark Pocock is the next deputy comptroller for supervisory systems and analytical support (SSAS) at the federal regulator of national banks, the agency said Tuesday.
He will assume the new duties next month, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) said. He will succeed Bob Phelps, who the OCC said will serve as a special senior advisor to the senior deputy comptroller for SSAS.
In a release, the OCC said Pocock will oversee a team that identifies, monitors, develops, and presents reports on existing and emerging risks and serves as a centralized risk analysis unit within the OCC. Pocock’s most recent position at the agency was advising the deputy comptroller for special projects as a lead expert in systemic risk identification support and specialty supervision.
The agency said Pocock will oversee supervision data and information systems, business intelligence and reporting, and analysis teams who perform assessments of supervision and systemic risk.