House and Senate negotiators have removed provisions from the financial reform legislation that would have authorized wholesale banks.

Lawmakers had agreed to create wholesale financial institutions, or "woofies," which securities or insurance firms could have chartered to accept uninsured deposits. The institutions would not have been subject to Community Reinvestment Act requirements, but banks could not have chartered them.

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