financial firms may not meet the international requirement for consolidated supervision unless Congress creates an umbrella regulator, Federal Reserve Board Governor Susan M. Phillips warned Wednesday.

"Comprehensive consolidated supervision by the home country supervisor is a legal requirement for foreign banks operating in the U.S.," Ms. Phillips told the Exchequer Club. "Some foreign supervisors are now beginning to question the consolidated supervision of U.S. firms operating in their countries."

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