Week InAdvance: April 20, 2015

The Volcker Alliance will release a report today arguing for fewer financial agencies. The group of former regulators and lawmakers founded in 2013 will outline its views on what should be done with the complex system of agencies and rules governing the U.S. financial industry. Paul Volcker, the group's 87-year-old namesake and former Fed chairman, has publicly decried what he sees as an overlapping, inefficient system that leaves out major portions of the "shadow banking" industry.

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