WASHINGTON - The Comptroller of the Currency wants to revise a restriction prohibiting bank insiders from personally profiting from credit-life insurance sales.

Ford Barrett, assistant director of litigation at the Comptroller's office, told attendees at the Financial Institutions Insurance Association conference here that the agency wants to revamp the rule as part of its ongoing effort to delete and streamline outdated regulations.

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