The nation's largest thrifts are generally doing a good job complying with consumer disclosure guidelines for investment products, a key regulator said.

John Robinson, director of the Office of Thrift Supervision's western region, said his staff recently examined the 14 largest thrifts in the district to see how well they were alerting consumers to the risks of mutual funds and other uninsured investments.

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