The banking business is changing so quickly that regulators can't effectively supervise the riskiest institutions, Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank president Thomas M. Hoenig warned Friday.

The future may see banks involved in complex derivatives forfeit access to deposit insurance and the central bank's discount window. In return, these institutions could operate with much less government interference.

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