WASHINGTON — The Financial Stability Oversight Council on Wednesday expanded its transparency policies in an attempt to address criticism that it is a secretive group with minimal oversight.

In a two-page statement on the issue, the council defended its right to hold closed-door meetings that discuss supervisory and market-sensitive data, but said it would improve efforts to provide more information about meetings, including their agenda and any specific reasons it was not public.

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