WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve Board finalized a massive set of new rules for banks this week governing everything from capital and liquidity requirements to stress tests.

But left unaddressed was how those new regulations would apply to nonbank firms, such as American International Group, GE Capital and Prudential, which are designated as systemically important.

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