WASHINGTON -- The Federal Reserve is considering relaxing the volume restrictions on banks that underwrite and deal in ineligible securities through affiliates.

Currently, banks with these so-called Section 20 subsidiaries cannot earn more than 10% of the unit's gross revenues from ineligible securities. Rather than lifting the cap to 20% or 25%, the Fed on July 6 proposed three other ways of calculating the existing cap.

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