The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency announced Wednesday that it has signed complaint-sharing agreements with seven more state insurance regulators.

The agreements -- involving Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Indiana, Maryland, and West Virginia bring to 16 the number of state pacts the OCC has struck since June 8, when the agency and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners approved a model contract. Contracts with three additional states are nearly complete, the OCC said.

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