Coming To Terms With The Dodd-Frank Act—Balancing Strategic Considerations And Tactical Implications

The Dodd-Frank Act has been called the most comprehensive set of U.S. regulatory reform measures since the Great Depression. Yet, more than two years after the Act was signed by President Barack Obama, only a third of Dodd- Frank’s nearly 400 required rules have been finalized and only a third have been proposed

To evaluate the attitudes and preparedness of companies affected by Dodd-Frank, Accenture conducted a quantitative global online survey of 132 company executives in Europe and North

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