Commissioner Of Banking
The banking commissioner serves a similar role as the insurance commissioner, and those who hold this office may have political aspirations. This post is the final state authority in the banking industry, and the commissioner usually has the power to levy fines and penalties against delinquent or insolvent institutions.
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