Before financial reform legislation can be enacted, the Federal Reserve Board and Treasury Department must agree on where to house new bank powers. And the big question is whether either side will compromise.

The answer is likely to emerge Wednesday when Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan and Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin testify on the bill before the Senate Banking Committee.

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