WASHINGTON — While international regulators continue to spar over the right size of a proposed capital surcharge for the largest banks, the U.S. banking agencies are disagreeing among themselves on the issue.

In an interview with American Banker, Acting Comptroller of the Currency John Walsh said his agency favors a relatively "modest" charge, but acknowledged that other banking agencies are pushing for a higher one.

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