As expected, federal regulators announced Thursday that they are delaying implementation of the Volcker Rule's prohibition on banks owning collateralized loan obligations, giving institutions an additional two years to comply.

In fact, regulators went even further than expected, delaying implementation of bank ownership of private equity and hedge funds as well.

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