Practical Guide to the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
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More than just a retelling of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, this resource offers the analysis, information, and in-depth knowledge that you need to save your financial institution both time and money and to prepare for and implement the ongoing regulations.
Practical Guide to the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act provides the practical tools and the actionable guidance you need.
• Expert guidance and analysis from our eminent author, James Pannabecker, who breaks down the complexities of this historic bill
• Executive Summaries that spotlight key issues, “take-aways,” and talking points
• Quick-reference tables of regulations and regulatory actions, including deadlines and reference cites to manual and regulations
• Alerts that keep you informed of changes as they occur
The Dodd-Frank Act is complicated, but staying on top of these historical regulatory changes doesn’t have to be. Get the expert analysis, guidance and tools you need to understand and comply.
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Table of Contents
PART 1 — Introduction and Overview
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 An Overview with FAQs
PART 2 — The New Look of Traditional Banking
Chapter 3 The New Regulator: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Chapter 4 Mortgage Lending Reform
Chapter 5 Changes Affecting Traditional Banking Regulation
Chapter 6 Improving Access to Mainstream Financial Institutions Act of 2010
PART 3 — Systemic Reforms: Beyond Traditional Banking
Chapter 7 Oversight of U.S. Financial Stability; No More “Too Big to Fail” Institutions
Chapter 8 Orderly Liquidation
Chapter 9 Regulation of Advisers to Hedge Funds and Others
Chapter 10 Insurance Reform
Chapter 11 Derivatives Regulation
Chapter 12 Payment, Clearing and Settlement Supervision
Chapter 13 Investor Protections and Securities Regulation
PART 4 — The New Look of Consumer Protection
Chapter 14 The Bureau Assumes the Mantle
Chapter 15 Unfair Trade Practices
Chapter 16 Truth-in-Lending and Consumer Leasing
Chapter 17 Equal Credit Opportunity
Chapter 18 Deposit Regulations
Chapter 19 Fair Credit Reporting Act
Chapter 20 Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Chapter 21 Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Privacy Provisions
Chapter 22 Electronic Fund Transfer Act
Chapter 23 Mortgage-Specific Regulations
Chapter 24 Other Dodd-Frank Consumer Protection Provisions