WASHINGTON — Although one of the first steps the conference committee took last week was to preserve the existence of the thrift charter in the final regulatory reform bill, the charter's days are likely numbered anyway.
The merger of the Office of Thrift Supervision into the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will eliminate some of the key benefits of choosing the charter, and leave a single agency trying to enforce two different sets of rules, observers said.
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