WASHINGTON - The Comptroller's office is proposing to revamp regulations governing national banks' fiduciary activities.

"The way that banks do business in this area has changed dramatically, but the rules governing fiduciary activities have not been overhauled since 1963," Julie L. Williams, the agency's chief counsel, said in an interview this week.

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