The Committee on Capital Markets Regulation issued a report that called for consolidating the regulatory structure by increasing the Federal Reserve Board's authority, requiring more disclosures from banks and increasing oversight of credit default swaps.

The report, which the independent, bipartisan group released Tuesday, contains 57 recommendations for the financial structure.

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