The leaders of 11 federal and state agencies will gather Oct. 1 for the first meeting of the Financial Stability Oversight Council, a super-agency set up by the Dodd-Frank Act to get ahead of the next financial crisis.
The doors will be closed, but rest assured improvements in the oversight of the financial services business are already underway.
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