WASHINGTON - The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said Monday that it expects to hold further discussions on its reform proposals by yearend.

In a letter to banks and thrifts containing the 84-page "options paper" released last month, FDIC Chairman Donna Tanoue said she plans to schedule a new set of roundtables similar to ones that were held in the spring.

An agency spokesman said any further meetings would likely be held in November and December to allow staff members time to expand on some of the potential reforms outlined in the paper.

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