The regulators charged with implementing the Volcker Rule have posed 1,300 questions to the public, but on Wednesday, at a House subcommittee hearing, they fielded one query they seemingly hadn't considered.

Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.) described a scenario in which a foreign firm with no U.S. operations sells a security, as a part of a proprietary trading strategy, to an American firm. 

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