WASHINGTON — The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is likely to make changes to its proposal outlining the "heightened expectations" the largest banks must face after the industry raised concerns that certain provisions could backfire.

While exact details of what it will alter are unclear, observers expect the agency to ease the requirements on banks' board of directors and clarify language that suggested it could apply the tougher standards to smaller institutions.

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