WASHINGTON — Hedge funds, private-equity firms, insurance companies and other nonbanks are sending a clear message to the interagency council tasked with identifying systemically important institutions: don't look at us.
In dozens of comment letters to the Financial Stability Oversight Council, a parade of nonbank companies and their representatives warned that designating companies as systemically important could do more harm than good, damaging individual business models and the entire financial system.
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