WASHINGTON — If the Financial Stability Oversight Council was hoping for any kind of consensus on whether and how it should regulate asset management companies, the feedback it has received on its request for comment is likely disappointing.
Asset management companies, their representatives and public interest groups presented widely divergent visions about what, if anything, the council should do.
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