WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Board Gov. Jeremy Stein said Friday that policymakers should consider reducing a bank's reliance on central bank lending to meet a liquidity requirement under Basel III.

In a speech at a conference hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Stein said regulators must carefully weigh how much liquidity from a central bank should be allowed to count toward a global liquidity requirement.

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