The Institute of International Bankers wants foreign bank branches regulated by their home country.

Currently the primary regulators of foreign bank branches or subsidiaries are those of the host country.

Foreign bankers, citing a series of major banking scandals involving foreign banks in the United States in recent years, were among the first to express skepticism that the proposal would be accepted by U.S. authorities.

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