WASHINGTON - In his first press conference since being named head of the Financial Services Roundtable, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty said he would seek a "refinement" of the Dodd-Frank Act, but also added that banks need to do more to regulate themselves.

The one-time Republican presidential hopeful, who is stepping down as co-chair of Mitt Romney's campaign, said he was asked while interviewing for the Roundtable job about how financial institutions can regain the public's trust.

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