WASHINGTON — The Independent Community Bankers of America sent a letter Thursday to top Senate Banking Committee leaders raising concerns about rumored plans to name the Treasury Secretary as head of a proposed systemic risk council.
Although the trade group backed the creation of the council, it said putting Treasury in charge would introduce politics into banking supervision.
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