WASHINGTON — While the Senate continues to debate the regulatory reform bill, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. moved forward Tuesday on two issues designed to prevent the next crisis.

With one, the FDIC would place new restrictions on securitizations designed to ensure that lenders retain at least some of the risk of the loans they originate and sell to the secondary market. With the other, the FDIC would require the 40 largest banks to detail how the government should unwind them if another crisis struck.

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