Industry officials support a Federal Reserve Board proposal to broaden the securities powers U.S. banks may exercise overseas, but they want the agency to do more to keep their institutions competitive abroad.

In comment letters on the Fed's proposed rewrite of Regulation K, bankers said they support replacing the $60 million cap on overseas underwriting deals and the $30 million limit on holding any single foreign company's stock with new limits tied to capital levels.

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