The stricter regulations the Fed has adopted are intended to prevent the types of threats that contributed to the 2008 financial crisis. The requirements are similar to those already adopted for big U.S. banks.
Foreign banks had objected to the changes. They argued that the stricter rules would raise the cost of doing business in
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