Charles Evans, the president and chief executive of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, offered dramatic proposals Wednesday for how financial institutions should manage their capital, including forcing companies to buy capital insurance or issue debt that could be converted into equity in a crisis.

Each possibility has a downside, Evans said, but the idea is to send a message to the industry: A new era of regulation is dawning.

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