WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently revised its final rule on remittances to make it less burdensome for banks, but it will still have a significant — though unclear — impact on international money transfers.

Bankers said the new rule, coupled with global efforts to reduce transfer fees, will require them to update their automated systems and likely rework their fee structure, among other major changes.

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