WASHINGTON — A top Treasury official on Monday sought to dispel the idea that regulators were moving quickly to label asset management firms as systemically important.

Mary Miller, the Treasury Department's undersecretary for domestic finance, instead signaled that members of the Financial Stability Oversight Council were still in the early stages of collecting data and understanding the industry, and determining what, if any, steps regulators should take.

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