The four regulatory agencies may allow small banks to share directors and other top officials with bigger banks in their area.

To give small banks a bigger pool of qualified candidates for management positions, the regulators released a plan Dec. 29 that would let banks with less than $20 million in assets share directors, trustees, presidents, and other officials, like branch managers, who work for larger banks in the same metropolitan statistical area.

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