WASHINGTON — As the Financial Stability Oversight Council prepared to hold its first meeting Friday, members of the panel faced open doubts from lawmakers and others about how fast it can move and what it can accomplish.
Lawmakers wondered aloud whether the council members would be hamstrung by interagency disagreements, and whether they could even agree on their top priorities, as regulators testified Thursday before the Senate Banking Committee.
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