U.K. Bank Shortfalls, Hedge Funds, SEC Shift: Compliance

April 29 (Bloomberg) -- Britain’s new banking regulator has rattled lenders by holding off disclosing how much capital each firm will have to raise after ordering the industry to plug a 25 billion-pound ($38 billion) shortfall by the end of the year, three people with knowledge of the discussions said.

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