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Banks bypass Fed rules to fund non-bank lending

High-yield credit moving to less-supervised loan funds, which get some money from Wall Street banks

New York

REGULATORS' efforts to rein in Wall Street's biggest banks are in danger of backfiring. Guidelines aimed at strengthening lending standards are shifting the market for high-yield credit to less-supervised loan funds, raising alarm last week from the Financial Stability Oversight

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