WASHINGTON — Large national banks can no longer do the bare minimum to meet their regulatory responsibilities.

That was the central message of a speech Monday from Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry, who said his agency is following up its flurry of recent high-profile enforcement actions with formal enhanced supervisory standards for large banks that suggest institutions will have to go the extra mile to satisfy examiners' criteria.

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