WASHINGTON — Though several bankers — including James Dimon, the chief executive of JPMorgan Chase & Co. — have said they want to repay government money quickly, actually doing so will be tricky.

Lawmakers removed one obstacle last week by eliminating a requirement that firms raise a corresponding amount of private capital before repaying Troubled Asset Relief Program funds. But other issues remain.

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