Hearing provides insight on regulatory timetable: But uncertainty remains the norm (PricewaterhouseCoopers)

February 2013

KEYWORDS: Basel III, CFTC, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Dodd-Frank Act, Elisse Walter, FDIC, Federal Reserve Board, FINRA, Form PF, FSOC, Gary Gensler, Hedge Fund Regulation, IOSCO, Liquidity, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, OTC derivatives, SEC, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEF, Senate Banking Committee, swap execution facility, swaps, Title VII of Dodd-Frank, Volatility, Volcker Rule

Authors:

Phyllis Cela, Kevin Clarke, Bruce Oliver, Margaret Paulsen, Lori Richards, Douglas Roeder, Gary Welsh

Organizations:
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers

Summary:

On February 14, 2013, the Senate Banking Committee held the first of what are likely to be many Congressional oversight hearings on the continued implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act during the new 113th Congress.

The hearing provided a useful recap of status and more importantly gave us a glimpse into the regulatory timetable. For more detail, see the link above, with an Appendix that incorporates this timetable information as well as other timing intelligence.

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