NEW ORLEANS - After just over a year of experience with guidelines governing mutual fund sales, the Comptroller of the Currency plans to streamline - and even drop - some of its disclosure requirements.

Changes are being made because banks are doing unnecessary work that does not help customers, David Apgar, a senior policy adviser at the OCC, told the Bank Administration Institute's audit, security, and compliance conference here last week.

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