WASHINGTON — A regulatory plan to create new restrictions on banks’ executive compensation practices appears dead — but changes since the financial crisis may have made the proposal largely obsolete anyway.

In updated regulatory agendas published late Thursday, four of the six agencies responsible for completing the joint rulemaking left the regulation off their agendas.

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