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Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
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Since the passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, questions continue to emerge about its potential impact on the financial services industry. While it is certain the act will have a profound impact on the industry, and will likely create significant compliance challenges for financial institutions for years to come, many of the specific requirements are still to be determined. Rather than marking the end of the regulatory reform process with the enactment of this legislation, we are now entering the next stage – where the process of issuing implementation regulations is getting underway and new financial oversight entities emerge. Crowe Horwath LLP is committed to monitoring the regulatory and legislative activities in Washington, D.C., and will continue to provide updates via this competency center.

RegReform Implications of Dodd-Frank for Thrifts and Savings and Loan Holding Companies

As we begin to see the provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank) take effect and federal bank regulators continue the rulemaking process, thrift savings banks and savings and loan holding companies (SLHCs) prepare for the elimination of the Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS).

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For more information about Consumer Protection, please reference "Key Provisions of the Dodd-Frank Financial Reform Law".
For more information about Capital Requirements, please reference "Key Provisions of the Dodd-Frank Financial Reform Law".
 

 

Other valuable resources available to download include:

 
Dodd-Frank and Other Regulatory Reforms: An Update for Financial Institutions 
Dodd-Frank and Other Regulatory Reforms: An Update for Financial Institutions  

From the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to the Federal Reserve to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, regulatory changes affecting financial institutions are in the works. Here are the latest developments.

Complying With Dodd-Frank Act 
Complying With the Dodd-Frank Act  

How Private Equity Firms Meet the Regulatory Demands
The Dodd-Frank Act sparks a new era for many private equity firms, which now face systematic changes to their transparency, accountability, and oversight. But private equity firms have opportunities to minimize the risk to their business through proactively embracing the new regulations and positioning themselves for future challenges.


 

For more information on financial regulatory reform, visit the ABA Regulatory Reform Center: http://www.aba.com/RegReform/default.htm


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