WASHINGTON -- Long a rampart for big U.S. and foreign banks during the decade-long Third World debt crisis, the Institute of International Finance, based here, is reengineering its mission.

Instead of delving into complex calculations on how much debtor countries can afford to pay their creditor banks, the institute is turning its attention to global regulatory issues.

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