WASHINGTON — The House Financial Services Committee grilled Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on a wide range of issues Thursday, raising concerns about regulatory oversight of the mortgage servicing industry and transparency at the Financial Stability Oversight Council.

The hearing marked Lew's annual appearance before the committee to discuss the international finance system, which he used to urge the passage of proposed reforms to the International Monetary Fund, particularly in the wake of the continuing political crisis in Ukraine. But he also spent a significant amount of time discussing his work at the FSOC and touching on related financial industry developments. The hearing came the day after FSOC released its annual report on threats to the financial system.

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