WASHINGTON - The banking industry has sharply criticized a complex proposal that would set higher capital requirements for institutions vulnerable to shifts in interest rates.

In written comments, some 220 banks urged regulators to amend and delay the measure, arguing that it would constrict credit, increase overhead costs, and raise the price of banking services for consumers.

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