WASHINGTON—Standard & Poor's downgrade of U.S. debt last week is likely to hasten the replacement of credit ratings within bank regulatory requirements.

The Dodd-Frank Act enacted last year required the banking agencies to remove all references to credit ratings within existing rules, but the regulators have dragged their feet on carrying out that mandate.

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