More than a year after Congress banned certain trading activities at banks in the Dodd-Frank Act, regulators will meet publicly Tuesday to discuss implementing the ban.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s board of directors will consider at its 10 a.m. meeting a proposal on prohibitions and restrictions on banks' proprietary trading activities. The new restrictions — first proposed by former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul Volcker — are also aimed at clamping down on banks' interests in hedge funds and private equity.

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