SEATTLE - Technological forces have spurred competition among banks and nonbanks and demand a new model of regulation, according to Robert P. Forrestal, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

Speaking at the annual convention of the Georgia Bankers Association, Mr. Forrestal said technological developments in banking render regulatory approaches based on institution or function obsolete.

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