WASHINGTON — Regulators were set Wednesday to consider a final liquidity rule for large banks that makes a number of concessions to the industry.

The rule implementing a new "liquidity coverage ratio" would not extend the regulation to systemically important nonbanks, provide a transition period for companies subject to the rule and open the door to certain assets being added to the list of balance sheet items banks can use to cover cash outflows.

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