WASHINGTON — As the last of the major investment banks become bank holding companies, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Morgan Stanley will need more capital, face tougher oversight, and will be forced to shed certain businesses.

In exchange, they will get a deposit base to fund their business and easier access to the Federal Reserve Board's discount window.

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