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News Headlines - Dodd Frank


CFPB launches web form for inquiries
Dodd Frank Update
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Office of Regulations recently launched a web form for companies and stakeholders to use when submitting questions about the bureau's regulations. Going forward, the web form will replace the email ...

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Bloomberg

Where Dodd-Frank Didn't Go Far Enough - Bloomberg
Bloomberg
There are undoubtedly some areas where the Dodd-Frank financial reform went too far. But as the Trump administration and Republican legislators look for what ...

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The Denver Post

Trump Agenda: It's Not Too Late to Fix Dodd-Frank | Fortune.com
Fortune
The Trump administration wants to repeal and replace the Dodd-Frank bank rules, but some experts see a potential bipartisan compromise.
How Dodd-Frank hurts the poor - The Denver PostThe Denver Post
Community Banks, Dodd-Frank and the Financial CHOICE ActPR Newswire (press release)

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Financial Times

Dodd-Frank is still here but banks have reasons to cheer Trump
Financial Times
Congress has not repealed the Dodd-Frank Act, as the president said it would, meaning that much-reviled laws like the Volcker ban on proprietary trading are still on the books. A Republican alternative to Dodd-Frank, parts of which have drawn applause ...


U.S. News & World Report

Calm Your Financial Fears
U.S. News & World Report
Parts of the Dodd-Frank Act, passed in 2010, effectively reversed the recourse rule. Sections 606 and 607 changed the language concerning financial holding company capital requirements from being "adequately capitalized" to being "well capitalized.


Fortune

Fed Vice-Chair: Weakening Dodd Frank "Extremely Dangerous ...
Fortune
Weakened bank regulations could be "extremely dangerous and extremely short-sighted," says Federal Reserve Vice-Chairman Stanley Fischer.
Plans to unwind banking regulation 'very, very dangerous,' says Fed's FischerCNBC

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MarketWatch

What Trump's vow to repeal Dodd-Frank means for banks ...
MarketWatch
President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress have vowed to repeal the Dodd-Frank Act, claiming that it's dampening lending and harming small banks ...

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Bloomberg

How Dodd-Frank Hurts the Poor - Bloomberg
Bloomberg
An effort to limit credit card "interchange fees" backfires.

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Washington Post

The Finance 202: Wells Fargo mess may make it harder to roll back Dodd-Frank
Washington Post
So less than a decade after a financial crisis that almost destroyed the economy, the debate over banking rules in Washington these days centers on how much relief to provide the industry from the Dodd-Frank law passed in its wake. That's left ...
Wells Fargo & Company - WFC - Stock Price Today - ZacksZacks Investment Research

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HousingWire

Fannie, Freddie fail Dodd-Frank severe stress test
HousingWire
The Federal Housing Finance Agency released the latest results of the Dodd-Frank Act stress test results for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Both of the GSEs failed the test, showing they would need a bailout in the event of a severe economic crisis, the ...
2017 DFAST Severely Adverse Scenario - Federal Housing Finance AgencyFederal Housing Finance Agency

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