Tuesday urged financial reform negotiators to adopt broad powers for direct subsidiaries of banks.

The bipartisan group of lawmakers cited four studies released by the Financial Services Roundtable as proof that banks are not subsidized by the "federal safety net," a collective term used for deposit insurance, emergency loans from the Federal Reserve, and the federal payments system.

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