Breaking News: Trump Signs Executive Order on Financial Regulations
Almost 7 years after it was enacted, the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act may be significantly amended after President Donald Trump signed an executive order on financial regulation:
The top 4 US banks have spent well in excess of US$70 billion in setting up systems and structures to be Dodd Frank-compliant, and it may well all be in vain, as many of the stringent regulations could be relaxed or even waived under President Donald Trump’s executive order. In addition, European regulators and US regulators have worked tirelessly over the years to ensure that financial regulations align to ensure a globally-level playing field is created in the financial markets. If Trump makes substantial amendments to Dodd Frank it may mean that this effort to create a global standard in financial regulation will be undone. Any major amendments to Dodd Frank will more than likely have to be approved by Congress.
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