WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Tuesday it will amend its rule establishing new disclosures for international money transfers in a move designed to ease bankers' fears that the regulation is overburdensome.

The agency also said it would delay, by 90 days, implementation of the rule, which had been scheduled to go into effect Feb. 7.

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