Can Dodd-Frank Be Fixed to Bridge Competing Interests?
Here are some steps to begin resolving the divide between bringing regulatory relief to banks and adequately protecting consumers.
How Is Regulatory Reform Likely to Proceed?
Proposed massive legislative change is unlikely; more moderate reforms floated by Treasury are better bets.
Dodd-Frank Is Needed But Merits Revision
While preventing another financial crisis is paramount, there were a number of unintended consequences of the law.
Square-Off: Should Dodd-Frank Stay or Go?
Despite efforts afoot to repeal the law, it should remain in place but be modified, many observers say.
‘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Many Parts of Dodd-Frank Should Be Repealed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.
Future Uncertain for GOP’s Dodd-Frank Reform
The Financial Choice Act passed the House on a party-line vote but “there is zero chance that [it] survives” in its current form in the Senate.
‘Financial CHOICE Act’ Would Be Big Boost for Banks
The proposed law would significantly amend the Dodd-Frank Act and restore flexibility to financial institutions.
Dodd-Frank: Benefits Among the Burdens
Whatever fate is in store for the Dodd-Frank Act, the systems financial institutions put in place to comply with the law should provide ongoing advantages.