Ben Rooney
CNN
January 14, 2010

[efoods]Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker said Thursday that more needs to be done to regulate the financial system before the lessons of the recent crisis are forgotten.

“We must not shrink away from change but accept the need for basic financial reform,” said Volcker, currently chairman of President Obama’s Economic Advisory Board, in remarks to the Economic Club of New York.

He said the economy appears to be growing slowly, and that the financial crisis is beginning to seem to some like a “bad dream.”

But the magnitude of the crisis showed that the underlying problems are “more fundamental” and require “broad reform” of the financial system, he warned.

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