The Federal Reserve Board on Wednesday eased its restrictions on management interlocks, saying an official may work for two banks within the same community provided at least one institution has less than $20 million in assets.

Currently the Fed only allows officials to work for two banks in the same community if both institutions have less than $20 million in assets.

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