The Office of Thrift Supervision will issue a proposal this fall designed to prevent unitary thrifts from stacking their boards of directors with insiders, an agency official said Monday.

Speaking at a Financial Institutions Insurance Association conference, OTS Chief Counsel Carolyn J. Buck said the agency seeks to maximize the independence of thrifts by limiting the number of directors who are senior executives at the parent company or affiliates.

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