WASHINGTON -- In a broad plan to cut .regulatory burdens, the Comptroller's office said MOnday it may allow a bank's subsidiaries to offer products and services prohibited for the parent.

The proposed change, if adopted, could pave the way for national banks to underwrite securities through a subsidiary rather than through a holding company unit.

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