On January 15, 2010, Representative John D. Dingell introduced the Banking Integrity Act of 2010, which would prohibit, with limited exceptions, any officer, director or employee of any corporation or unincorporated association, any partner or employee of a partnership, and any individual primarily engaged in the issue, flotation, underwriting, public sale or distribution of stocks, bonds or other similar securities from serving simultaneously as an officer, director or employee of any member bank. The Act also would prohibit a depository institution from engaging in the business of insurance, including writing insurance or providing reinsurance, or any insurance-related activity. The Act has been referred to the House Committee on Financial Services.