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17 July 2014 By Daniel Indiviglio

U.S. lawmakers are trying to stop the Financial Stability Oversight Council from designating any more non-banks as systemically important. That’s a heavy-handed response for large, interconnected firms that need monitoring. Even so, a more tailored approach would work better.

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