WASHINGTON - The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. on Tuesday said state-chartered banks that are not members of the Federal Reserve no longer will have to disclose how much they are paid by the third-party firms handling securities transactions.

Currently, these banks - which the FDIC regulates - must tell customers how much the third-party brokers are paying the institution for the business.

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