More than six years after the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act, the future of the post-crisis financial regulatory structure may be in line for substantial changes. In February, President Trump signed a new executive order laying out seven “core principles” for regulating the financial system and directing the Treasury Department to issue a report on whether current financial regulation meets those principles.
Join us on May 25 for a discussion of such questions as: are we moving in the right direction with financial regulation? Is current policy serving the economy and consumers while ensuring financial stability? What other changes to financial regulatory policy are needed to better achieve these goals? What approach should the United States take with other countries with respect to financial regulation and global agreements?
*Rescheduled due to the March 14 snow storm
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Assistant to the Vice President and Chief Economist
Kenneth E. Bentsen, Jr.
President and CEO, SIFMA
Michael S. Barr
Roy F. and Jean Humphrey Proffitt Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School
Former Assistant Secretary for Financial Institutions, Treasury Department