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Regulatory reform: the new face of bank regulation , a speech presented at the Joint Convention of the Ohio Bankers League and the Illinois League of Financial Institutions in French Lick, Indiana on September 11, 2010
Sandra Pianalto
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In a speech to Ohio and Illinois bankers, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Sandra Pianalto discusses the regulatory reform process and explains why it is important for the regulatory framework to distinguish between firms that pose significant risk to the financial system and those that do not.


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Sandra Pianalto, Regulatory reform: the new face of bank regulation , a speech presented at the Joint Convention of the Ohio Bankers League and the Illinois League of Financial Institutions in French Lick, Indiana on September 11, 2010, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Speech 31, 2010.
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Keywords: Financial market regulatory reform ; Bank supervision
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