NEW YORK - Increasingly burdensome regulations, taxes, and capital requirements are prompting many foreign banks to reconsider their operations in the United States, according to senior executives with Ernst & Young.

If such burdens increase and foreign banks cut back on their U.S. operations, capital flows to this country might be reduced, the executives also suggested.

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