July 23, 2011
Dodd-Frank@1: Whither Reform? Wither Reform?
Posted by Erik Gerding

Thank you to our Masters for a great series of posts looking back on the Dodd-Frank Act after one year.  You can read all the posts here.  You can read the posts from last year's roundtable here.

Like Brett, I have been surprised not by the backlash against reform, but by how quickly it started and how it appeared on so many fronts.  From the moment the statute was signed, a fight loomed on the Consumer Financial Protection bureau and on debit card interchange fees.  Now there are fights against the Volcker Rule, credit retention in securitization, capital requirements (the Collins Amendment)...

What will financial reform look like next year at this time?

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