WASHINGTON - Trying to appease irate European bankers, the Federal Reserve Board on Wednesday amended rules dictating how foreign banks may take advantage of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.

But the concession may do little to soothe European bankers who fear the Fed is setting itself up as the de facto bank regulator to the world - and doing so in a way that puts foreign banks at a competitive disadvantage.

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