WASHINGTON — Left unchanged for two decades, the definition of brokered deposits is about to receive an update — one that could significantly alter the regulatory landscape for many community banks.

Brokered funds, dubbed "hot money" during the savings and loan crisis, have long been a concern among regulators because they can exacerbate a liquidity problem and raise costs to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. in the event of a failure.

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