WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve's point man for Dodd-Frank regulations will tell the Senate Banking Committee Thursday that this is the year the biggest banks get what's coming to them, a wide array of new rules that define capital requirements which make sure that if they falter, they will be put out of their misery in an orderly fashion that leaves taxpayers out of it.

Fed Gov. Daniel Tarullo, in prepared testimony made public Wednesday night, delivers a long to-do list that includes several regulatory projects the biggest banks have been fighting with lobbyist armies, including the so-called Volcker Rule.

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