WASHINGTON — The notion that holding company oversight should be entrusted to a bank's primary supervisor is gaining traction on Capitol Hill.

The Senate Banking Committee is still debating the issue, but a growing chorus of former regulators and academics is arguing that the current practice of dividing oversight of a bank and its holding company between different agencies should be changed.

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