At a Senate hearing Wednesday, federal regulators pledged to issue guidelines early next year to crack down on bank lending to hedge funds.

One document, being developed by the Federal Reserve Board, will address credit-risk management lessons learned from the Asian financial crisis and the collapse of the Long-Term Capital Management hedge fund, said Patrick Parkinson, the Fed's associate director of research and statistics.

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