“November 10, 2015, Dear Mr. Perry: This in response to your letter dated November 6, 2015, which was received in my office on November 9, 2015, for processing under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. 552…

…You requested a copy of IndyMac Bank, F.S.B., Presentation of Examination Findings, Examination Date: January 8, 2007, Meeting Date March 9, 2007, Office of Thrift Supervision. Full Scope Risk-Based Examination Procedures, Holding Company Examination, Comprehensive Federal Regular Examination: Compliance Review, Safety & Soundness Review. Commonly known as CAMELS. Your request is denied in full. Examination reports and any materials that relate to the bank examination are exempt from public disclosure under subsection (b) (8) of the FOIA…If you consider any of the above to be an improper denial of your request, you may appeal such denial to the Comptroller of the Currency…”, Sincerely, Jacqueline F. England, Acting Manager, Disclosure Services & Freedom of Information Act Officer, Communications Division, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, #2016-XXXXX-F


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