WASHINGTON – While several critical regulatory reform issues remained in limbo late Wednesday, House and Senate conferees agreed to several key provisions, including one allowing banks to pay interest on business checking accounts.

Banks have sought the ability to pay interest on such accounts for years only to see the issue scuttled by concerns about industrial loan companies.

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