Tom Curry become a career regulator with a nonpartisan streak over the past 25 years, first in Massachusetts as bank commissioner under five governors and later in Washington working for presidents from both parties. Now Curry is the comptroller of the currency, responsible for regulating America’s big national banks as the the financial system tries to recover. Curry inherited an agency with a reputation for cozy industries ties but has talked tough -- so far -- about keeping the nation’s banks in line.
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