WASHINGTON -- Bank regulation in 1995 will be shaped in large part by the seating of a Republican-controlled Congress and the reemergence of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. as a force to be reckoned with.

The FDIC owes its return to prominence to the arrival of Ricki R. Tigert as chairman, ending a two-year period in which the agency lacked a permanent head.

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