Who should be counterparties to central banks? (Premium)

Central banks have shown two models for interacting with counterparties. In the Federal Reserve’s primary dealer system, there are a limited number of participants. On the other hand, the European Central Bank interacts directly with a wide range of counterparties that can include non-banks. Is one model better than the other for managing transmission of central bank policies?
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