With the Dodd-Frank Act, Congress has agreed to reduce a decade-old barrier standing between the Federal Reserve and the separately regulated subsidiaries of the holding companies it supervises.

No longer will the Fed be required to defer to so-called functional regulators when it wants to examine a bank affiliate, a broker-dealer, a futures business or an insurance arm of a company it oversees on a consolidated basis.

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