FARM CREDIT: Proposal to relax eligibility restrictions on Farm Credit System loans. Published by the Farm Credit Administration Sept. 11. Comments due Dec. 10.

ACH ACCESS: Proposal to limit a third party's access to a bank's automated clearing house account. Published by the Federal Reserve Board Aug. 15. Comments due Nov. 9.

LEASING I: Proposal to ease restrictions on personal property leasing by national banks. Published by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Sept. 6. Comments due Nov. 6.

LEASING II: Proposal to revamp consumer leasing rules and add disclosures. Expected to be published by the Fed this month. Comments likely due in mid November.

REG RELIEF: Proposal to streamline Office of Thrift Supervision rulebook. Published Aug. 28. Comments due Oct. 27.

THRIFT REPORTS: Proposal to cut length of quarterly thrift financial report by 40%. Published by OTS Aug. 24. Comments due Oct. 23.

MORTGAGE SERVICING: Proposal to finalize an interim rule letting institutions count originated mortgage servicing rights as capital. Published Aug. 1 by the four banking and thrift agencies. Comments due Oct. 2.

INTEREST RATE RISK: Proposal to require certain banks to report data on interest rate risk exposure. Published Aug. 2 by the three banking agencies. Comments due Oct 2.

CU LOAN RULES: Proposal to ease loan participation rules for credit unions. Published by the National Credit Union Administration Aug. 2. Comments due Oct. 2.

BROKER-DEALERS: Proposal to revamp Regulation T to ease the rules and margin restrictions on certain securities transactions. Published by the Fed June 29. Comments due Sept. 29.

CRIMINAL REFERRALS: Proposal to streamline rules requiring the reporting of suspected criminal activity involving at least $5,000. Published July 3 by the Fed and the OCC. Comments due Sept. 1. Published July 17 by the OTS. Comments due Sept. 15.

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