How to oversee systemically important financial companies is one of the toughest questions facing policymakers trying to reform the regulatory regime.

The Obama administration has proposed concentrating this authority in the Federal Reserve Board, while Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd wants to hand the job to a council of regulators.

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