Congress should exempt banks from a bill that would impose tough auditing requirements on administrators of retirement plans, a bank executive testified Thursday.

Charles H. Leibold, a vice president of Bankers Trust Co. of Des Moines, told a House Government Reform and Oversight subcommittee that audits should be required only of trustees not regulated by the state or federal government.

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