Federal authorities are deeply concerned about the threats to market stability that could arise from lax supervision of fund companies and advisors in areas like liquidity and redemptions, leverage and risk management.

Those concerns received an airing as officials sat down Monday to contemplate a broad set of new regulations that aim to tighten oversight and strengthen the stability of the asset-management sector.

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