WASHINGTON — More than a year and a half after Congress enacted the Dodd-Frank Act, regulators finalized a critical rule Tuesday detailing how they will identify nonbank financial firms that pose a threat to the system.

Members of the Financial Stability Oversight Council, an interagency group headed by Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, approved the rule after a brief public debate.

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