Do We Really Need More Regulation?


By Emily Hollis It has been two years since the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act passed and became federal law. As noted in previous articles, there are some parts of the Act, such as mandatory clearing of derivatives that are needed. However, enhanced government scrutiny and regulation will overburden financial institutions and…

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