CHICAGO - Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan called for a single regulator with authority to oversee an entire financial institution, including banking and nonbanking affiliates.

"Someone must be responsible for assessing how the behavior of the entire organization, viewed as an organic whole, is consistent with our supervisory goals," Mr. Greenspan said Thursday at the Chicago Fed's annual banking conference.

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