The Federal Reserve Board and the Treasury Department will postpone new record-keeping rules for wire transfers until May 28, the second delay since regulators approved the changes in January 1995.

Two government officials, who requested anonymity, said the Fed and the Treasury Department have been unable to resolve differences between their versions of the rules, which will require financial institutions to retain information on most wire transfers for five years.

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