The American Bankers Association criticized proposed government revisions to next year's quarterly financial statements as a "missed opportunity" to eliminate red tape.

"The ABA is disappointed that the proposed 1998 call report changes do not make any significant progress toward reducing the regulatory financial reporting burden," Paul V. Salfi, the trade group's senior financial policy analyst, wrote in a Dec. 1 letter to federal banking regulators.

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