Some 500 bankers gathered in rainy Boston this week at the American Bankers Association's annual regulatory compliance conference. The hottest topics were the new Community Reinvestment Act rules and the possibility of regulatory relief from Congress.

The conference was so well attended that extra chairs were needed for many sessions. In fact, the ABA got complaints the first morning from bankers who went hungry because there weren't enough muffins to go around.

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