Fed votes to propose tighter rules for foreign banks
WASHINGTON Dec 14 (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve Board on Friday voted to propose tighter capital and liquidity rules for foreign banks to protect taxpayers from having to bail out foreign banks.
The proposal would require foreign banks to subsume all their subsidiaries under one U.S. holding company.
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