New York financial regulator Benjamin Lawsky called for more reforms of the bank consulting industry in the wake of his crackdown on Deloitte last week, saying Monday evening that his "aggressive work in this area is far from over."

He called on other regulators to rein in bank consultants by revoking their access to "confidential supervisory information," or by clawing back fees earned by "consultants that performed poorly or engaged in misconduct."

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