Acting Comptroller of the Comptroller John Walsh cautioned Wednesday that regulators should not take a one-size-fits-all approach to applying pending Basel III capital standards to U.S. banks.

In remarks to the Exchequer Club, Walsh said regulators are still wrestling with key questions, including whether all banks should be required to adopt the stricter definition of capital under Basel III and whether smaller banks should be exempted.

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