NEW YORK — A top executive from Chase Manhattan Corp. on Monday challenged the notion, popular among federal regulators, that expanding disclosure requirements for banks will result in more effective market discipline.

Dina Dublon, Chase’s Chief financial officer, said expanded disclosure could mislead investors in assessing a bank’s risk.

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