Restricting indebtedness levels and investment riskiness at
banks and financial firms that are so big their failure could threaten the
entire financial system.
Requiring strict disclosures by banks to prevent them from
concealing debt and risk in off-book, non-bank entities.
Centralizing government oversight of financial markets,
particularly in the United States, where responsibility is spread among many
different federal and stage regulators.
Regulating hedge funds and other large private-capital pools
if their size poses a systemwide risk.