Large and regional banks have sent a combined 90 comment letters asking the Federal Reserve to rework its plans for capital and liquidity requirements and stress tests. Some said the proposals don't appropriately distinguish among banks by their size. Wells Fargo Chief Financial Officer Timothy Sloan wrote that some of the rules add to systemic risk instead of mitigating it. And several groups, including The Financial Services Roundtable, said banks aren't able to estimate their capital surcharge, which impedes key business decision-making.

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