Federal Banking QuickCharts - Dodd-Frank Act
The Federal Banking QuickCharts - Dodd-Frank Act provide in chart form an overall comprehensive and timely view of the new legislation that is the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The user can quickly create the Charts needed to quickly understand and monitor this legislation in order to ensure that their company and/or their clients are taking the necessary steps to be in compliance with the new requirements. The QuickCharts allow the user to distill the over 1,600 pages of material into easy-to-understand and easy-to-view charts based on a particular topic of interest.
The Federal Banking QuickCharts - Dodd-Frank Act are available as an add-on product to online subscribers of the Federal Banking Law Reporter . A subscription to the related underlying reporter is required so that hyperlinks to primary source material (including to the Dodd-Frank LEA content that is part of this reporter subscription) that are found in the QuickCharts will work properly.
The QuickCharts are organized logically to follow the organization of the Dodd-Frank Act and include sub-topics in each section. They follow organization by chapter and are:
- Financial Stability Oversight
- Orderly Liquidation Authority
- Supervision of Depository Institutions
- Private Fund Advisers
- Bank and Thrift Regulatory Improvements
- OTC Derivatives
- Clearing and Settlement
- Investor Protection and Securities Regulation
- Consumer Financial Protection
- Strengthening the Federal Reserve
- Access to Mainstream Finance
- Pay It Back Act
- Mortgage Reform and Anti-Predatory Lending
- Miscellaneous Provisions
These charts diagram the contents of the Dodd-Frank Act with links to the related Dodd-Frank material and existing primary source law as well as provide effective dates. As rules, regulations and case law develops, the charts will also link to this new material as found in either the Federal Securities Law Reporter and/or Federal Banking Law Reporter and shown in a Rules and Regulations column of the charts.
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