House Passes Bill to Exempt Certain Non-Bank Financial Companies from Dodd-Frank Act Stress Test Requirements

April 10, 2018
Financial Regulation Reform Tracker

The House, in a 395-19 vote on March 20, 2018, passed the Alleviating Stress Test Burdens to Help Investors Act. The Bill would partially repeal a Dodd-Frank Act stress test requirement mandating company stress testing by certain financial companies – including investment companies and investment advisers – with more than $10 billion in assets by ending its potential application to certain financial companies that are regulated by the SEC or CFTC.

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