Posts Tagged “Dodd-Frank”
by The Compliance Exchange on January 4, 2013
The fate of financial reform may be decided in the coming year as congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle attempt to modify the Dodd-Frank Act.
by Jack J. Kelly on January 2, 2013
2013 will be known as the year of the compliance officer. Here’s why.
by Kyle Colona on December 21, 2012
The New York Times Dealbook reports that the FDIC in conjunction with the Bank of England issued a paper on a joint effort to back up firms that stumble into trouble. However, the so-called “orderly liquidation authority” proposed in the (…)
by The Compliance Exchange on December 17, 2012
On Monday, at the end of a long day of wrangling over technical details at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s Systemic Resolution Advisory Committee, Paul A. Volcker cut to the chase.
by The Compliance Exchange on December 12, 2012
Wall Street has found a common enemy: the Dodd-Frank Act. After the industry’s aggressive risk-taking nearly toppled the financial system and the broader economy, Congress ushered in Dodd-Frank, the most significant regulatory overhaul since the Great Depression. Since the law was (…)
by The Compliance Exchange on November 29, 2012
Wall Street’s largest swap dealers, including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS) and JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM), will be required to guarantee trades at clearinghouses starting in March under a rule made final by the top U.S. derivatives regulator.
by Mayra Rodriguez Valladares on November 20, 2012
The Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank) and Basel III have been helping retain and even create jobs in the United States and abroad. Yes, you read this sentence correctly. In the interest of full disclosure, amongst other (…)
by The Compliance Exchange on November 20, 2012
The U.S. Treasury Department exempted foreign-exchange swaps and forwards from Dodd-Frank Act regulations intended to reduce risk and increase transparency in the derivatives market.
by The Compliance Exchange on November 16, 2012
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission will appeal a judge’s ruling that rejected efforts to curb speculative derivatives trading after the 2008 financial crisis.
by The Compliance Exchange on November 8, 2012
President Barack Obama’s re-election means there will be no major changes to the landmark Dodd-Frank financial law enacted in the wake of the financial crisis.