On the eve of the Senate Banking Committee's vote on financial services reform legislation, a pro-bank compromise emerged Wednesday that committee members are seriously considering, lobbyists said.

According to an eight-point plan circulating on Capitol Hill, the committee would revise the House bill by incorporating protections of bank sales of insurance that negotiators from the banking and insurance industries hammered out in New York last week.

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