As the House Financial Services Committee met Thursday to discuss the creation of a systemic risk regulator, Senate Banking Committee members were questioning the mettle of the main candidate for the job, the Federal Reserve Board.

Senators openly doubted whether American International Group Inc., which has received four government bailouts so far, ever poised a systemic risk to the economy, and they asked if the central bank made a mistake in providing the company with assistance.

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