Wall Street’s biggest banks will face curbs on some trading and chief executive officers won’t be personally responsible for ensuring compliance in the final version of the Volcker rule, U.S. regulators’ landmark attempt to rein in the financial industry.
Volcker Rule Eases Market-Making While Hedges Face Scrutiny
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