WASHINGTON — House and Senate conferees are expected Thursday to add language to the final regulatory reform bill that would strengthen a provision to ban proprietary trading and restrict investment in private-equity firms and hedge funds.

The committee is scheduled to wrap all remaining issues up by Thursday evening, including the Volcker Rule and another provision that would force banks to spin-off their swaps units.

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