David J. Harris
Washington, D.C. +1 202 261 3385
Congress and the Trump Administration may be embarking on making far-reaching changes that would recalibrate the manner in which financial services are regulated in the United States, including amending the Dodd-Frank Act and its implementing rules.
The frequency of change in financial regulation and technology over the last decade has created a challenging business environment for banks, funds, investment managers and their investors. To assist our clients around the globe, we will evaluate the opportunities and challenges that this new regulatory environment creates, and will track and explain these developments on an ongoing basis on this new Financial Regulation Reform Tracker (Tracker) website.
The Tracker will highlight key activity as it is announced and as it evolves into legislation in Congress or as new rules (or the elimination or modification of them) are promulgated by the regulatory agencies.
The Tracker will generate email notifications of developments to visitors who subscribe to receive them.
Rollback of Dodd-Frank (updated: Mar. 8, 2018)
Financial CHOICE Act of 2017 (updated: June 9, 2017)
Federal Banking Agencies
Federal Reserve Board (updated: Sep. 17, 2018)
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (updated: Sep. 17, 2018)
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (updated: Sep. 17, 2018)
Other Government Agencies
Securities and Exchange Commission (updated: July 16, 2018)
Commodity Futures Trading Commission (updated: Apr. 10, 2018)
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (updated: Sep. 17, 2018)
Financial Stability Oversight Council (updated: June 27, 2017)
Federal Housing Finance Agency
Department of Labor (updated: June 15, 2018)
Internal Revenue Service (updated: Mar. 29, 2017)
Department of the Treasury (updated: Apr. 25, 2017)
Department of Justice (updated: Aug. 29, 2017)
Legislation Generally Impacting Regulatory Agency Authority (updated: June 1, 2017)
Executive Actions Generally Impacting Regulatory Agency Authority (updated: Apr. 26, 2018)