WASHINGTION -- Bank-style oversight is a poor fit for the asset management industry and regulators should not overreach.
The explanation from the head of a global standards body on Monday as to why it backed away from imposing too-big-to-fail regulations on asset managers carried a warning to U.S. regulators contemplating a similar move.
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