WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Board Governor Laurence H. Meyer has rebutted claims that rules implementing the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act put foreign banks at a competitive disadvantage.

In a polite yet firm letter to a European Commission official, Mr. Meyer challenged claims - point by point - that foreign banks seeking financial holding company charters are being held to a higher standard than U.S. banks.

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