WASHINGTON — Nearly three months after the Dodd-Frank law created the Financial Stability Oversight Council, its first official meeting Friday was not exactly auspicious.
On the one hand, the council took tentative steps forward on two crucial issues — establishing criteria to determine which nonbank financial companies are systemically risky and to enforce a ban on proprietary trading.
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