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In addition to its primary responsibility of drafting and issuing supervisory actions, the Enforcement Unit also plays a key role in fulfilling the broader mission of Supervision, Regulation and Credit. Detailed descriptions of the unit's various roles and responsibilities, definitions of the different types of supervisory actions, and an explanation of the process for issuing supervisory actions are included in the publication Enforcement Unit Purpose and Practices. (474 KB, 24 pages)
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