One of the most controversial elements of the Dodd-Frank Act — a proposed ban on proprietary trading and limitations on private equity investments — is set to be unveiled by regulators in the coming days.

Bankers have anxiously awaited the so-called Volcker Rule, named after former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul Volcker, to see how regulators will define proprietary trading and craft certain exceptions allowed under the law.

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