The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. requested comments last week on whether and how to revamp rules governing initial public offerings by state-chartered mutual savings banks.

The provocative approach, designed by Harrison Young, the FDIC's acting chief operating officer, ran into immediate trouble. Comptroller of the Currency Eugene A. Ludwig objected to its speech-like tone.

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