WASHINGTON — The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency plans to issue guidelines as early as this week to help national banks manage the risk associated with account aggregation, Comptroller John D. Hawke Jr. announced Friday.

Consumers use aggregation services to track all of their financial accounts on one Web site. Once operated primarily by nonbanks, more and more aggregation services are being run by regulated financial institutions.

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