WASHINGTON -- Bankers who sit on the boards of more than one bank, thrift, or credit union will probably be forced to give up all but one of their seats next month.

A 1978 law prohibits interlocking management between competing financial institutions, but allows directors or officers who sat on multiple boards when the law was passed to stay on their boards for up to 15 years.

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