WASHINGTON - The chief economist at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency on Tuesday stepped into the debate over deposit insurance reform, advocating a system that would operate much like a private mutual insurance company.

Speaking before the group Women in Housing and Finance, James A. Wilcox proposed what he called a Mutual Insurance Model with Incentive Compatibility, or Mimic.

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