WASHINGTON - Foreign bank regulators will find it easier to go the Federal Reserve Board for help in combating crime.

The Fed, in a notice published in the Feb. 24 Federal Register, delegated to its general counsel the authority to collect, on behalf of foreign bank regulators, information on foreign banks suspected of violating the law.

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