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Carlos D. Hernández

Carlos D. Hernández Director for International Banking Supervision

Carlos D. Hernández serves as Director for International Banking Supervision, part of the Large Bank Supervision Department in the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).

Mr. Hernández is responsible for overseeing the supervision program for federal branches and agencies, which includes 49 branches and 2 national banks from 33 foreign banks and 21 countries. He assumed these responsibilities in May 2008.

In his prior position, he served as Assistant Deputy Comptroller in the Northeastern District of the OCC, where he was responsible for overseeing a part of the federal branches and agencies supervision program and formed part of that district’s Senior Management Group. From 1997 through 2005, he was a Senior Advisor in the OCC’s former International Banking and Finance office.

Mr. Hernández joined the OCC as an Assistant National Bank Examiner in San Francisco, California. He was commissioned as a National Bank Examiner in 1992. He also has served as a Compliance Cadre Examiner in the former Southeastern District and later became a Licensing Analyst in the OCC’s headquarters.

Mr. Hernández holds a bachelor of arts in international business from San Jose State University in California.