Chartis: A Labyrinth Without A Center - The Impact of Dodd-Frank

There have been two contradictory reactions to the regulatory response that has unfolded in the five years since the financial crisis. On the one hand, the press and public have decried the rules for being too soft on the financial sector and failing to solve the problems of the last crisis. At the same time, financial institutions have howled that the burden of compliance will bankrupt them.

When it comes to the Dodd-Frank Act, it could easily be argued that both sides have a point. Dodd

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