* Banks want right to get into auto leasing * Submission makes 33 recommendations in total * Bank Act to be reviewed in 2012 By Cameron French TORONTO, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Canadian banks are pushing the federal government for a broad review of the financial sector in the hope of gaining the right to sell insurance in their branches and to provide leases to car buyers. The recommendations to knock down regulatory hurdles is in the run-up to a regular five-year review of Canada's Bank ...
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