Paul Volcker Still Trying to Make Sure the Rule Named After Him Isn't Embarrassing

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"Mr. Volcker, in private conversations with administration officials, said that, in implementing the so-called Volcker Rule, regulators should adopt something akin to antimoney-laundering laws, where the federal government bans a particular behavior and then places the onus on banks to screen for red flags and comply with the rules." [WSJ]