Great interactive graphic from BusinessWeek, showing the what parts of Dodd Frank do what:


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Category: Digital Media, Regulation

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4 Responses to “848-Page Financial Firewall of Dodd-Frank”

  1. VennData says:

    Back in my day, I would have ignored this. Anyone – Imelt! – who would suck up to those Chicago guys deserves to get stuck with these unnecessary rules and regulations.

    – Jack Welch

  2. philipat says:

    So, somebody actually READ this? Actually, it’s quite simple. Just reinstate Glass-Stiegel and rescind the Commodities Futures Modernisation Act. That would be s good start.

  3. rlerner says:

    Q.E.D. –a few good ideas to placate public opinion, but in the end they have done nothing (in all cases “regulators working on it” “challenged int court” or “no power, ignored” In the end, nothing has changed. Oh yeah, they do have the consumer agency–how’s that working out for ya?

  4. ilsm says:

    It will be simply, not enforced.