The latest regulatory fix to the Volcker Rule has left collateralized loan obligations out in the cold, but banks and money managers continue to push for an exemption for these instruments as well.

Late Tuesday, federal regulators released an interim final regulation designed to allow banks to continue owning collateralized debt obligations backed by trust preferred securities without running afoul of the Volcker Rule.

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