WASHINGTON -- Key members of the House Banking Committee have sponsored legislation aimed at reducing management profits when state-chartered, mutually owned thrifts convert to stock institutions.

The bill would require the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., which is the primary federal regulator for state-chartered thrifts, to adopt rules similar to those the Office of Thrift Supervision uses on stock conversions. The rules would be retroactive to Nov. 22.

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