'Marketplace' Report: Bank Regulation The Supreme Court has ruled that state financial regulators must step aside in a battle over who oversees national banks and their subsidiaries. But some private groups say a system of federal and state regulation is necessary to better protect millions of customers.

'Marketplace' Report: Bank Regulation

'Marketplace' Report: Bank Regulation

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The Supreme Court has ruled that state financial regulators must step aside in a battle over who oversees national banks and their subsidiaries. But some private groups say a system of federal and state regulation is necessary to better protect millions of customers. Marketplace's John Dimsdale talks with Alex Chadwick.