WASHINGTON — After a heated debate, the regulatory reform conference committee agreed late Thursday to scale back a provision of the bill that would eliminate the use of trust-preferred securities as Tier 1 capital.
The two sides conceptually agreed to exempt all institutions with less than $500 million of assets and grandfather existing trust-preferreds for at least some bank holding companies but Senate conferees were at odds on where best to draw the line.
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