WASHINGTON--A federal hearing to determine whether First National Bank of Chicago should be required to reimburse dissatisfied investors in a real estate trust will begin Monday.

The Comptroller of the Currency announced the hearing Wednesday and noted that it could last two to three weeks. The agency will try to convince an administrative law judge that the unit of First Chicago Corp. is in arrears to 25 employee benefit plans that invested in the trust.

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