WASHINGTON — Bankers have almost become used to the intense growth of new rules in the five years since the financial crisis, but some see a light at the end of the tunnel as the agencies inch toward the end of Dodd-Frank rulemakings and the economy improves.

Some predict that 2014 may finally be the year when the momentum begins to shift.

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