Regulators around the globe must coordinate their supervision of the world's 100 largest financial firms, said Charles Dallara, managing director of the Institute of International Finance.

"The regulatory system for certain firms will need to evolve from today's largely national basis with diverse supervisors responsible for various segments of the financial industry, to a system that better reflects the globalization of risk management in today's leading financial institutions," he said at a press conference Thursday.

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