Roberta Karmel, Professor at Brooklyn Law School, talks with Bloomberg Law’s Lee Pacchia about her thoughts on how to reform the financial industry. Professor Karmel has recently called for reforms such as breaking up the large American banks and combining the Securities Exchange Commission with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Professor Karmel previously served as a Commissioner for the SEC.

Feb. 21 2012 (Bloomberg Law)

Category: Bailouts, Regulation, Video

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One Response to “Former SEC Commissioner: Dodd-Frank Reforms Far Too Weak”

  1. REinZG says:

    Ask your local small banker about dodd-frank….they are choked by it…all this takes is a congressman to initiate a bill that revises the long arm. It unforunately this ACT is too big a blanket that reaches too deep in the banking system that hurts the small community bankers…