WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve Board, the sole bank holding company regulator for decades, is about to experience a pretty new concept: a teammate.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., after the reform law gave it backup supervisory power over large companies directly overseen by the central bank, is not taking the role lightly. Last week, it announced plans to form a unit devoted to financial giants, doing "continuous review and oversight" of such firms.

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