Proclaiming a major breakthrough on financial services reform, bankers and insurance agents struck a compromise Wednesday on rules that would govern insurance sales.

Yet disputes over Community Reinvestment Act enforcement provisions, powers for operating subsidiaries, limits on the sale of unitary thrift holding companies, and affordable checking accounts for the needy still complicate the chances of enactment before Congress adjourns Oct. 9.

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