When it comes to expanding bank securities powers, the Federal Reserve Board turns to Scott G. Alvarez for advice.

Mr. Alvarez, one of four assistant general counsels, has emerged as the central bank's regulatory guru on the Glass-Steagall Act and Regulation Y.

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