WASHINGTON — Regulators are in the home stretch of crafting rules banning banks' proprietary trading and requiring lenders to keep pieces of securitized loans, Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry said Friday.

"I hope that in relatively short order we'll have several more major rules required by" the Dodd-Frank Act "in place," Curry said in prepared remarks to a California Bankers Association conference in Santa Barbara.

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