More transparency and less complexity will promote recovery in the mortgage markets, Federal Reserve Board governor Randall S. Kroszner said Friday.

“Greater transparency and less complexity in credit instruments will help to promote broader scrutiny of credit risk,” Kroszner said at the Boston College Carroll School of Management Center for Asset Management, according to prepared text of his speech, released by the Fed.

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