The push for market-based supervision of banks received a big boost last week from two top Federal Reserve officials.

Fed Governor Laurence H. Meyer on Friday outlined how the government could use subordinated debt and revised capital rules to reduce the need for regulation. A day earlier, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President J. Alfred Broaddus Jr. advocated more market-driven approaches to deposit insurance.

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