Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan on Tuesday rejected calls from foreign bank supervisors to set up a new system for sharing information about international financial institutions.

"I do not believe that the need for a radical change in our framework for the supervision of internationally active financial firms has been demonstrated," he said in a speech to the Institute of International Finance.

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