Regulators are split on how many firms should be deemed SIFIs

04/4/2011 | Financial Times (tiered subscription model)

The Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve want to designate only a few financial institutions as systemically important, while the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. wants to include large hedge funds, asset managers and insurers. Companies identified as systemically important financial institutions will have to meet tougher capital and liquidity standards, and Fed examiners will be assigned inside the firms.

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