International banking supervisors are considering raising capital requirements on loans to developing countries and hedge funds, a senior regulator said Monday.

The new system would use bond ratings to determine the capital charge on loans to sovereign governments, said Stephen C. Schemering, deputy director of banking supervision at the Federal Reserve Board.

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