Regulators still haven’t done enough to exempt some of the biggest buyers of corporate loans from onerous reporting requirements that go into effect next year.

Beginning in January, foreign financial institutions will be required to provide more information to the IRS about their U.S. customers so the government can collect taxes, under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act of 2010, known as FATCA.

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