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16 Aug 2012 By Agnes T. Crane

The financial crisis didn’t kill the multi-headed U.S. regulatory monster. It made it stronger. Including the New York watchdog that made Standard Chartered cough up $340 mln, banks have at least eight different overseers. Such fragmentation is a weakness, not a strength.

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