NEW YORK - U.S. tax policy on currency and rate hedging may discourage foreign banks from participating in capital markets activity here, said an association that represents those banks.

IRS treatment of interbranch transactions result in severe tax distortions for international banks with U.S. trading operations, according to a recently released position paper from the New York-based Institute of International Bankers.

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