WASHINGTON — A week after House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank laid out a sweeping, fast-paced agenda that includes the creation of a systemic risk regulator, his counterpart in the Senate made clear Wednesday he is on a decidedly slower track.

Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd said he is far from concluding how to modernize the regulatory system, and he emphasized that he is more worried about getting it right than doing it quickly.

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