Bank and thrift year-2000 ratings slipped during the first quarter as institutions missed deadlines for taking remedial actions, federal regulators told lawmakers Tuesday.

Though nearly all financial institutions are on track to meet the Jan. 1, 2000, deadline, agency chiefs testified at a House Banking Committee hearing that an increasing number have fallen behind schedule on testing to ensure that renovated systems work properly.

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