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20 April 2017 By Gina Chon

The White House wants to rein in the Financial Stability Board and its chairman, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney. U.S. officials question the international body’s authority to identify systemically important firms. It’s another step towards global regulatory fragmentation.

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