‘Repeal Dodd-Frank’ Is a Mere Sound Bite
All-or-nothing policy proposals, like President Trump's wish to dump Dodd-Frank in total, are not realistic: Princeton professor.
Many Parts of Dodd-Frank Should Be Repealed
The law was about micromanaging financial services rather than facilitating capital markets.
Dodd-Frank Was Too Much — and Not Enough
The law identified many right solutions to the problems revealed by the financial crisis but excessively applied them.
Dodd-Frank Will Benefit CFOs in the Long Run
The law's core reforms stabilize financial markets and the economy.
Do Stress Tests Help Bank Stocks?
The answer is unequivocally no, according to noted bond analyst Christopher Whalen, who calls them "a monumental waste of time and money."
Five Top Banks Fail Tests of Bankruptcy Plans
The firms now have until Oct. 1 to show they can survive a financial collapse without a taxpayer bailout.
Fed Changes Rule to Limit Emergency Lending
The final rule narrows the definition of "broad-based eligibility" to avoid bailouts of insolvent firms.
MetLife in Legal Showdown Over SIFI Label
The company says federal regulators erred in giving it the "systemically important" designation, which would subject it to stricter oversight.
SEC Proposes to Vastly Expand Clawback Rules
The proposal makes executives subject to pay clawbacks even when there was no misconduct, but doesn't say how to measure the value of equity compensation.
Dodd-Frank’s Next Act: Executive Pay
The SEC’s proposed disclosure rules have drawn criticism from proponents and opponents alike.
Dodd-Frank Creates More Threats than It Eliminates
How many of its myriad provisions are really worth replacing flexible supervision of banks with rigid regulation?