Reforming the Nation's Financial System: Analysis of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010
Examines the provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act pertaining to the banking industry and its regulators.
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The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is the most significant piece of legislation to affect the banking and financial services industry in decades. A comprehensive financial regulatory reform bill, it affects everything from oversight of and systemic risk to the financial system, to the regulation of financial institutions, to the creation of a Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection designed to establish and enforce consumer finance rules. This special pamphlet examines the significant provisions of the Act that pertain to the banking industry and its regulators. In addition, we have reprinted the text of the legislation for your reference.
Table of Contents
§ 1.01 Introduction
§ 2.01 Maintaining Financial Stability Oversight
§ 3.01 Supervision of Systemically Important Nonbank Financial Companies by the F.R.B.
§ 4.01 Orderly Liquidation Authority
§ 5.01 Prudential Regulator Restructuring
§ 6.01 Regulatory Improvements for Banks, Savings Associations and Holding Companies
§ 7.01 Emergency Lending and Guarantee Assistance
§ 8.01 Amendments to F.D.I.C Insurance Authority and Management
§ 9.01 Pay It Back Act
§ 10.01 Bureau of Consumer Protection
§ 11.01 Other Consumer Protection Initiatives