(Bloomberg) -- Five years after giving his name to a rule designed to restrict trading by Wall Street banks, Paul Volcker is pushing for another change that would put at least one top regulator out of business.

The Federal Reserve would be at the helm of a reorganized regulatory system that eliminates the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and combines other agencies under the plan released Monday by the Volcker Alliance, a group formed by the former central bank chairman in 2013.

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