All banks would have to file call reports electronically or on computer disk by Dec. 31, 1997, under a proposal unveiled by regulators this month.

The proposed requirement, drafted by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, would be phased in during the next year. Institutions with more than $50 million of assets would have to start filing electronically by June 30, and those with assets greater than $25 million would have to make the switch by Sept. 30. All other banks would be phased in by yearend.

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