If the latest version of financial reform becomes law as expected, banks would lose a lucrative but wildly unpredictable source of profits scaling back so-called alternative investments over the next several years.
It's a bad time to curb what banks can invest in private equity and hedge funds in compliance with the Volcker Rule, observers say.
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