The Federal Reserve Board on Tuesday made it easier for a bank subsidiary to act as a "riskless principal" in securities transactions.

The Fed repealed nine restrictions that had prevented banks from having a loan on its books involving either party involved in a "riskless principal" deal. The order applies to all 51 holding companies with permission to serve as riskless principals.

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