WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Board Gov. Daniel Tarullo said Friday that he was still concerned about ongoing risks from banks' potential overreliance on short-term wholesale funding, but suggested one possible remedy: higher capital requirements.

Tarullo, who is responsible for bank supervision and regulation at the Fed, has continued to press for further regulatory reforms when it comes to short-term wholesale funding, suggesting that without changes to the structure of such markets "victory" cannot be declared.

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