MUFG Union Bank, N.A. CSR Report
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Union Bank Community Reinvestment Act Public File
In accordance with the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Regulation BB, 12 CFR 228, Union Bank® is required to maintain and, upon request, make available for public inspection a complete CRA Public File in at least one branch for every state in which the bank operates.
For your convenience, we've made much of the information available on our website. However, some information cannot be easily captured online. You may write to the CRAPublicFile@unionbank.com inbox to request copies of the complete file or to obtain information that is not available online.
OCC CRA Exam results
About every three years, our regulator, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), examines the bank's performance under the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). The OCC reviews the bank's lending, investments, and services to ensure we are meeting the banking and credit needs of their communities -- with emphasis on low- and moderate-income communities.
At the conclusion of its evaluation, the OCC rates the bank's CRA performance as "outstanding", "satisfactory", "needs to improve", or "substantial noncompliance". Union Bank earned an "Outstanding" rating in its most recent CRA exam. This rating is based on:
The OCC measures the bank's performance in meeting the credit needs of areas in which the bank's main offices, branches, and deposit-taking ATMs are located, with consideration of the following:
The OCC evaluates the bank's community development investments -- including both tax credit and equity investments, as well as charitable donations -- based on the following:
The OCC evaluates retail banking and community development services, including: