The American Council of Life Insurance is scheduled to release the results of a yearlong study Wednesday that could be the first salvo in the fight for a federal insurance regulator.

Though the group will dodge making any official policy recommendations, sources said the study shows federal regulation of insurance would be significantly less expensive than the current system of state oversight. Savings could be as high as 25%, banking industry officials familiar with the study said.

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