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Richard Sharp, a member of the Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee (FPC), said the so-called London Whale losses at JPMorgan Chase & Co. illustrate the financial-stability risks posed by firms “too big to manage.”

JPMorgan’s report on the losses is “very chilling” in revealing how information “can get distorted” as it passes through management layers, Sharp said in a parliamentary testimony today in London. Money laundering in places such as Mexico at HSBC Holdings Plc and rogue trading at UBS AG are among other examples, he said.

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