President Obama named modernizing the financial services regulatory structure a top priority Wednesday but offered few details other than a list of ideals including preventing systemic risk and a hint that the Federal Reserve Board might get that role.

"There are certain core principles that I believe must shape any proposal for reform and these are the principles that will guide our work," the president said after a White House meeting on the topic with his top economic advisors and the House and Senate banking committee leaders.

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