WASHINGTON — As federal regulators begin implementing regulatory reform, at least one agency plans to step up its disclosure of private meetings with industry insiders.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is planning to disclose the names of individuals and groups that meet with agency officials about the Dodd-Frank Act, which President Obama signed Wednesday. Such a plan goes well beyond current disclosure policies and comes amid the perception that banks will attempt to weaken provisions of the reform law as regulators put them into effect.

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