The House Banking Committee is on the verge of a sea change in membership that is certain to influence the way financial industry issues are treated in the next few years.

More than one third of the panel's seats are expected to turn over next year. At a minimum, bank lobbyist assume their concerns will move to the back burner, as new members take time to learn the issues.

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