WASHINGTON — Amid criticism that banks are hoarding the money they have received from the government, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. on Monday became the first bank regulator to require its supervised institutions to monitor and report how they have spent those funds.

The agency effectively preempted lawmakers, many of whom have pushed such a requirement in pending legislation.

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