WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve Governor John P. LaWare offered a gloomy assessment Monday of the regulatory climate facing banks, predicting even greater burdens from Washington policymakers.

Heightened focus on hot-button issues -- including band derivatives activities and community reinvestment compliance -- could lead to big new burderns on banks, he said.

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