WASHINGTON — In the battle over Dodd-Frank implementation, large U.S. banks may do well to remember the story of the boy who cried wolf.

For years, banks and Wall Street have argued that over-regulation will drive the financial services industry overseas, a claim that has rung hollow as such a scenario has so far failed to materialize.

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