WASHINGTON - Bank examiners may be among the biggest winner if regulators adopt the Community Reinvestment Act reform proposal they put out Monday for public comment.

Examiners would come out ahead because the rules would shift much of the burden of complying with the regulation from financial institutions to the agencies a step that would preserve and could even increase the number of examiner jobs.

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