WASHINGTON — Members of the House Financial Services Committee raised concerns Wednesday about the current business environment for small banks, pressing regulators about the lack of bank charters in recent years and the effect of new rules on the industry.

Lawmakers from both sides of the political aisle cited the lack of ne dovo banks, asking Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. officials when the industry might start to see a turnaround.

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