Banks that want to keep their holdings of collateralized loan obligations will likely face an uphill battle getting these investments in compliance with the Volcker Rule, according to Wells Fargo.

The final version of the rule, released Dec. 10, prohibits banks from holding a securitization backed by anything other than loans. And most CLOs have significant holdings of bonds and other kinds of securities, in addition to corporate loans.

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