Financial Stability Oversight Council

Definition:

A council established under the Dodd-Frank Act within U.S. Department of the Treasury to provide comprehensive monitoring to ensure the stability of national financial system. The Council is made up of ten voting members - nine federal financial regulatory agencies and an independent member with insurance expertise - and five nonvoting members.

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