"While the expansion of banking powers is consistent with a flexible, safe and efficient financial system and increased real benefits to consumers, there still remain reasons for policy makers to be cautious about such changes in financial structure," said Alan Greenspan, Chairmand of the Federal Reserve Board and keynote speaker at the 24th annual Conference on Bank Structure and Competition, sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago on May 12-13, 1988.
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24th Bank Structure Conference: Financial Services in the Year 2000
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