WASHINGTON — Subordinated debt offerings by large financial institutions encourage market discipline and produce other supervisory benefits, a report issued Friday by federal regulators said.

The report, prepared by the Federal Reserve Board and the Treasury Department, recommended that bank and thrift regulators consider changing the prices of voluntarily issued subordinated debt when assessing the health of financial institutions.

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