ATLANTA — Federal Reserve Bank of Boston president Eric Rosengren said Wednesday that the financial crisis shows the need for more bank capital.

Speaking at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s annual Financial Markets Conference, he said that “macro-prudential supervision” is needed to reduce the likelihood of failure of large, systemically important institutions.

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