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It's Not Just The Banks That Oppose New Fed Regulations

By Jessica Alling - Apr 24, 2013 at 7:55PM

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With a new Federal Reserve plan drafted, more voices are speaking out against increased regulations.

Most of the time, we hear the nation's big banks speaking out against new regulations posed by the Federal Reserve. But with international banks like the Royal Bank of Scotland (NWG 1.96%) and UBS (UBS 3.65%) coming under new scrutiny, some new opponents are speaking up about their dislike for a draft policy.

In the video below, Motley Fool contributor Jessica Alling discusses what the new plan would impose upon the foreign banks, what the opposition is saying, and how it might affect our nation's banks. 

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