The Comptroller's office is revising its rules to make it clearer that bank insiders aren't allowed to profit from selling credit life insurance to bank customers.

The proposal, published in Wednesday's Federal Register, is part of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency's campaign to simplify its regulations. It does not substantively alter the agency's credit life insurance rules.

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