WASHINGTON - There's no need to pump more money into the Savings Association Insurance Fund, members of the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee said Monday.

Instead, the group of bankers, lawyers, and academics recommended raising the critical level of capital at which regulators must shut down a thrift to 4%, from 2%.

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