Reggy has nearly two decades of varied supervisory and policy experience, having served most of his career at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. He was most recently on loan by the OCC to the Department of Treasury's Small Business Lending Fund, where he represented the agency's interests in a program designed to spur lending at community banks with assets of less than $10 billion. Reggy was also Policy Analyst in the OCC's Office of the Chief National Bank Examiner, where he was the agency's point of contact for all policy matters related to executive pay and incentive compensation. He also served as Assistant Acting Deputy Comptroller in Philadelphia, overseeing community and midsize banks, and as a Program Manager for the Troubled Asset Relief Program. A graduate of the OCC's LeaderTrack leadership development program, Reggy has served as Co-Chair of the National Risk Committee, as credit-team leader for a major bank examination team, and as Assistant Deputy Comptroller in Kansas City, Mo. He also served as a Policy Analyst focusing on payments systems as a large-bank analyst resident and National Bank Examiner at a $100 billion-plus international bank. He began his OCC career as an Associate National Bank Examiner. Reggy was a Commercial Banking Associate at First Chicago NBD Corp., where he sold and underwrote commercial loan facilities for companies with revenues of up to $50 million.