WASHINGTON — U.S. and foreign regulators are poised to unveil Tuesday their latest plan to reform the 13-year-old Basel Accord, marking the last leg in a long journey toward new international capital rules.

Industry officials are expected to have until May 31 to comment on the proposal, which builds on a consultative paper released by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision in June 1999. Federal Reserve Bank of New York president William J. McDonough, the committee’s chairman, has said that he hopes to issue a final rule this fall.

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