WASHINGTON - The regulatory backlash from the Daiwa Bank debacle may force some foreign banks to shut down their U.S. branches, according to consultants and lawyers.

Regulators are considering adding internal and external audit requirements, increasing on-site inspections, and enhancing their reviews of securities trading activities.

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