Calling for customized regulation, Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan sketched the future of bank capital rules in a speech Monday.

"A one-size-fits-all approach to regulation and supervision is inefficient and, frankly, untenable in a world in which banks vary dramatically in terms of size, business mix, and appetite for risk," he told 740 bankers attending the annual American Bankers Association conference.

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