A group of House Democrats is urging banking regulators to provide a limited exemption for some debt securities issued by collateralized loan obligations under the Volcker Rule.

The push comes after community banks won an exemption to the rule for collateralized debt obligations backed by trust-preferred securities to avoid millions of dollars in writedowns. Five banking agencies released guidance resolving that issue last month, while leaving unaddressed ongoing concerns over the treatment of CLOs.

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