Amid spreading concern about consumer privacy and its enforcement, most of the nation's largest banks are appointing "privacy czars" to steer them clear of controversy.

At least seven major banking companies have recently named senior-level executives to hone and supervise privacy policies. Three of the posts have been created within the past seven months.

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