Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd (D-Ct.) is scheduled to announce his proposal for restructuring financial services regulation at noon tomorrow.

Dodd has said his plan will include a single regulator for all banks, but lobbyists for CUNA and NAFCU have said they have been told that the NCUA would remain a separate agency. No reason was announced for the postponement.

Dodd's committee also postponed tomorrow's hearing on Dodd's bill to regulate overdraft programs, at which Pentagon Federal Credit Union President/CEO is scheduled to testify, until next Tuesday. It had originally been scheduled for tomorrow.

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