foreign bank supervision and bank holding company rules as parts of its regulatory review process. Published Oct. 16. Comment period open indefinitely. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: Proposal by the Treasury Department to issue rules governing operation of the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund. Published Oct. 19. Comments due Jan. 15. AUDITS: Proposal to expand the scope of credit union supervisory committee audits. Published by the National Credit Union Administration Nov. 2. Comments due Jan. 2. FLOOD INSURANCE: Proposal to require escrow of flood insurance premiums if loan charges are escrowed. Published by the banking, thrift, and credit union agencies Oct. 18. Comments due Dec. 18. FARM CREDIT: Proposal to relax eligibility restrictions on Farm Credit System loans. Published by the Farm Credit Administration Sept. 11. Comments due Dec. 10. COMMON BOND: Proposal to tighten and clarify credit union membership base limits. Published Oct. 4 by the NCUA. Comments due Dec. 4. FOREIGN SECURITIES: Proposal to ease the rules that govern purchases of foreign government securities. Published Sept. 21 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Comments due Nov. 20. LEASING: Proposal to revamp consumer leasing rules and add disclosures. Published by the Fed on Sept. 20. Comments due Nov. 17. CREDIT INSURANCE: Proposal to clarify that bank insiders are not allowed to profit from selling credit life insurance to bank customers. Published Sept. 13 by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Comments due Monday. SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITIES: Proposal to require banks to file revised suspicious-activity reports. Published Sept. 7 by Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. Comments were due Oct. 10. The FDIC issued the same proposal Sept. 14; comments are due Monday. ACH ACCESS: Proposal to limit third-party access to a bank's automated clearing house account. Published Aug. 15 by the Fed. Comments due today.

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