Dodd-Frank Was Too Much — And Not Enough

September 21, 2017 Chatham Financial

Dodd-Frank Was Too Much — and Not Enough
September 20, 2017

In some ways, the Dodd-Frank Act was an over-reaction to legitimate problems revealed by the financial crisis. The law identified many of the right solutions but excessively applied them. In other ways, it barely scratched the surface of a deeper issue — a breach in trust between society and financial market participants. Even while Dodd-Frank must be revisited to address overreach, businesses have their own role to play in resolving that trust problem.
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