WASHINGTON — Under a federal rule approved Monday, regulators will use a "two-stage process" to decide whether certain companies that facilitate clearing transactions are systemically important.
The Financial Stability Oversight Council finalized the procedure for determining which so-called "financial-market utilities" should have greater regulatory oversight because their failure could trigger a systemic collapse.
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