A joint Federal Reserve-Treasury Department effort to write new money-laundering rules has bankers expecting the worst.

As mandated by Congress last year, the rules will require banks to keep extensive records of wire transfers. A related regulation will require banks to tell the Treasury which of their customers are nonbank financial institutions.

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