Japan’s Biggest Bank Draws Scrutiny for Switching to Trump Regulator

Japan’s biggest bank has been accused by New York officials of dodging tough oversight by swapping its state license for a federal one, putting itself under a U.S. agency on the front lines of President Donald Trump’s push to ease financial rules.
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