WASHINGTON - Today's Federal Register contains a notice from the Comptroller's office related to its controversial proposal to let national banks offer products through their operating subsidiaries that they couldn't sell themselves.

But the "Comptroller's Corporate Manual" being announced today sticks to streamlining the applications process and doesn't address the issue of letting banks sell insurance or underwrite securities, the agency's top lawyer said.

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