Mattie Trice
Senior Director
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More than 37 years of regulatory bank supervision experience
Has led examinations of diverse national banks
Has assessed compliance with consumer protection laws and regulations, including complaint management processes
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Mattie E. Trice is a Senior Director with Alvarez & Marsal Financial Industry Regulatory Advisory Services. She specializes in a broad range of bank supervision and regulatory topics, including consumer protection-related subjects and risk management activities.

With more than 37 years of regulatory bank supervision experience, Ms. Trice has been actively involved in risk management assessments in banks of various sizes from the smallest national banks to the largest. She has regulatory bank supervision experience with complex divisions in large financial institutions.

Prior to joining A&M, Ms. Trice was a National Bank Examiner for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) for 37.5 years. She most recently applied her expertise as a consumer compliance examiner while working with the Large Bank Supervision Mortgage Banking / Retail Credit teams on the mortgage foreclosure examinations. Her OCC tenure included a broad range of supervisory activities at community, mid-sized, credit card and large banks. She also has experience as an instructor and speaker.

Ms. Trice has significant experience in support roles as a team member as well as experience in a leadership capacity. She served as the Compliance Team Lead and Compliance Examiner-in-Charge responsible for a significant large bank examination of compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act and Anti-Money Laundering protection guidelines. Ms. Trice promoted equal employment practices and served as an officer (Vice President and President) for one of the OCC's employee network groups.

Ms. Trice earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, Tennessee. She serves as a TNAchieves Mentor to help guide students through the transition from high school to college.