Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform And Consumer Protection Act

BNY Mellon’s recent fine for inadequately protecting U.K. clients’ assets raised questions about safety measures during bank insolvencies.
The CFTC commissioner, who previously worked at an interdealer brokerage firm, wants the agency to allow more trading flexibility.
Too much innovation caused the financial crisis; too little policy innovation followed it.
Since the passage of the regulatory reforms, derivatives market players can step back and see what’s worked and what needs improvement.
Less than a year since the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act attempted to hold credit rating agencies to a higher standard of conduct, legislators and regulators appear to be beating a hasty retreat.
If the U.S. financial industry can no longer block the new regulations, then at least it can try to slow the imposition of those rules.