After criticism from bankers, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is expected to reject Tuesday a proposal that would require some bank directors to report personal securities transactions.

Comment letters by several industry trade groups and calls from bankers swayed FDIC officials, said Miguel D. Browne, a deputy assistant director of supervision at the agency. Bankers doubted official assurances that the proposal would affect only a limited number of directors, according to Mr. Browne.

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