WASHINGTON -- The presidnets of the Federal Home Loan banks are asking their regulator to overhaul the system's capital structre and pave the way for voluntary membership.

During a Federal Housing Finance Board hearing last week, Charles L. Thiemann, president of the system's Cincinnati bank, described two capital-structure alternatives he wants the agency to consider.

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