Few people except bankers and their regulators know or perhaps care about the avalanche of regulation and red tape that is about to descend on the industry in the wake of the socalled reforms of 1991.

If the consequences weren't so serious for banks, their customers, and the economy, this worst-ever example of bank overregulation would be worthy of a comedy-club act.

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