Lawmakers will likely move towards establishing federal oversight of the insurance industry, but they should take a deliberative approach to reforming financial regulatory structure in general, a top Democrat on the House Financial Services Committee said yesterday.

Speaking at a North American Securities Administrators Association policy meeting here, Rep. Paul Kanjorski, D-Pa., said it is a certainty that Congress will seek to establish a federal office of insurance regulation.

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