Despite its more unified structure for regulating financial institutions, the United Kingdom has been less coordinated in its responses to the crisis than the United States, former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul Volcker said Monday.

During a press conference in New York to discuss a new report on financial regulation by the Group of 30, Mr. Volcker and other members of the nonprofit advisory group refrained from making specific recommendations. Such an undertaking was outside of the scope of a project the group launched last year, the presenters said.

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