WASHINGTON — Christopher Dodd made clear Tuesday that he still thinks about ways to improve the regulatory overhaul bearing his name.

The former Connecticut senator warned of risks to reopening the Dodd-Frank Act — the landmark financial services bill passed nearly four years ago — to changes. But he said that in an ideal world, the overhaul would have gone further and merged all of the prudential bank regulators into one agency.

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