As the debate over regulatory reform unfolds, a key question is just how much control over large companies should be vested in one agency.

The Obama administration wants to hand sole authority to identify and oversee companies that pose systemic risks to the Federal Reserve Board. A council of eight regulators would be created to advise the Fed, but the central bank would not have to heed its recommendations.

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