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January 30, 2019  

Political Divide Portends Impasse on Rule-Making

Volcker Rule — Bank RegulatorsThe Federal Reserve, SEC and other banking regulators are considering changes to a section of the so-called Volcker rule that limits the ability of banks to sponsor hedge funds.Volcker, a key component of the Dodd-Frank Act, prohibits banks from owning more than 3% of a private fund. While they are permitted to seed hedge funds, banks must reduce the amount of capital they invest in those vehicles to just 3%...

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