WASHINGTON - National banks will pay 3% less for the Comptroller of the Currency's supervision next year.

More importantly, the agency announced last week that it will stop basing its rates on a national bank's size. Top agency officials were out of the country and agency spokeswoman Naomi Salus could not provide details on how or when the new system would be implemented. However, rates will be differentiated based on the condition of individual national banks, according to a press release from the agency.

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