The regulatory architecture of the financial system must be reformed, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Charles I. Plosser said Friday.

“The financial crisis has underscored the need for reforming the regulatory and supervisory architecture of our financial system,” Plosser said at a New York University conference this morning, according to prepared text of the speech, which was released by the Fed.

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