Defining which financial firms beyond banks are systemically important is one of the biggest decisions still to be made by regulators under the Dodd-Frank Act.

The reform law gave a group of regulators, the Financial Stability Oversight Council, the task of identifying and responding to risks that could threaten the nation's financial health. It is this council that will decide which nonbanks are systemically important, and thus subject to loads of extra scrutiny.

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