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The Shared National Credit Program (SNC), an interagency program designed to review and assess risk in the largest and most complex credits shared by multiple financial institutions, originated in 1975. The program provides uniform treatment of and increases efficiencies in SNC risk analysis and classification.
Shared National Credit Program Description and Guidelines (OCC 1998-21, May 1998)
Describes the Shared National Credit Program and how the OCC administers it
Access current and past Shared National Credit Reports.
Shared National Credit (SNC) Report
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