WASHINGTON — Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Chairman Martin Gruenberg gave further signals Tuesday that regulators are seriously considering easing the impact of proposed Basel III capital standards on community banks.

Gruenberg devoted much of his remarks before a Washington meeting of the American Bankers Association to issues facing the community banking sector, which has been most vocal in criticizing the regulators' June Basel proposals.

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