Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Jack Guynn said Tuesday that banks, particularly the industry's largest players, should be required to make more information available to investors.

"Safety and soundness ought to become more a function of markets and less a function of supervisors," he said. "The job of supervisors will be to require transparency -- to ensure that markets get the information they need from individual institutions."

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