Top executives from Bank of America Corp. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. are seeking to reassure lawmakers that exhausting alternatives to foreclosure for troubled borrowers is their top priority as they face ongoing questions about their servicing processes.

In written testimony to the Senate Banking Committee, which is scheduled to hold a hearing on the issue Wednesday afternoon, the bankers appear eager to tell panel members exactly what they want to hear.

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