Regulators are not prepared to scrap fixed regulatory capital requirements in favor of internal models developed by large banks, Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan said Thursday.

"It would seem that a full-fledged, bankwide internal models approach could require a very substantial amount of time and effort to develop," he said before a conference on capital regulation sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

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