In five years as comptroller of the currency, John Dugan did not draw the limelight shined on other regulators.

But as he gets ready to depart, there is no shortage of opinions on his legacy. To some, he was the classic behind-the-scenes operator, imposing his will quietly. Others say that as a crisis regulator he was too quiet, and quick to defend banks more than others.

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