Dudley Says Work Needed on Tools to Avert Financial CrisesBy and
U.S. regulatory authority too fragmented to stop new threats
Policy makers likely would respond too slowly to risks
Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley said U.S. policy makers are “a long way” from being able to identify developing risks to financial stability and act in time to prevent future crises.
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