With a House vote on financial reform expected next week, the Bankers Roundtable Friday offered its own rewrite of the legislation.

Though ostensibly based on the bill approved by the House Rules Committee March 30, the Roundtable's plan includes major revisions that would be widely opposed by key lawmakers, other banking trade groups, and insurance industry officials.

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