WASHINGTON - The Office of Thrift Supervision said bank or thrift subsidiaries owned by the same holding company can perform basic banking services - such as handling deposits and withdrawals - for each other's customers.

The agency also suggested Thursday that it may be ready to allow nonbank subsidiaries, such as mortgage banking units, to perform basic services for affiliated thrifts.

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