WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen said Tuesday that the largest banks need to face higher capital requirements to stem potential risks to the financial system.

While much work has been achieved by both international and U.S. regulators in finalizing a global framework for capital and liquidity rules known as Basel III, such efforts still fall short of addressing financial stability concerns tied to short-term wholesale funding, she said.

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