WASHINGTON -- A senior regulator is warning bankers who dread routine examinations to brace themselves for a new wrinkle: mutual fund audits.

The auditors "who come through your doors the next time are going to be a lot more curious than before," said Owen Carney, senior adviser for investment securities at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

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