The US Senate’s obvious Volcker Rule arbitrage for trading and financing

The rationale is justifiable: reduce the regulatory burden for banks with under US$10 billion in assets. But the upshot from a US Senate bill now passed the Senate Banking Committee would allow these banks to engage in proprietary trading activities whereas large banks would still be prohibited. The arb is readily apparent for a subset of the market.
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