WASHINGTON — A proposal that banks detail how much money they make from overdraft charges and other consumer fees has sparked fierce industry pushback and a broad debate on what should be included in financial reports given to regulators.

The three federal agencies that collect call report data have already delayed the plan, which would require granular information about consumer account fees. But bankers, who fear the reporting process focused on safety and soundness could become a tool for drafting consumer policy, are holding out hope regulators will scrap the plan entirely.

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