WASHINGTON - With fewer national banks to examine, the Comptroller of the Currency is scaling back its staff and losing some of its most experienced supervisors.

"The fallout of this rightsizing is that many career examiners are choosing not to relocate, so the agency loses a lot of good people because they do not wish to move," said Bob Bench, managing partner of regulatory advisory services at Price Waterhouse.

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