WASHINGTON — Arguing that regulators are not likely to correctly predict the next crisis, former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan said Wednesday that banks must hold more capital and face higher collateral requirements.
The former central bank chief said more capital and liquidity was essentially the only way to prevent another financial meltdown.
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