The Federal Reserve Board proposed Wednesday that bank holding company affiliates be allowed to more than double the proportion of revenue they can earn from underwriting and selling commercial securities.

The so-called section 20 securities affiliates would be able to get up to 25% of revenue from activities from which banks were historically barred. The current cap is 10% of the total earned from the underwriting and sale of government securities.

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