Dodd-Frank Title VII Compliance: Optimize Your Investment to Increase Business Value

As lawmakers respond to economic events with complex new rules for market participants, regulatory compliance becomes an ever-larger cost of doing business in energy and commodity trading. Some argue that the new regulations and reporting requirements of Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Act have increased the price of admission for swaps trading to the point of being a barrier to entry for small firms.

Consider your own organization’s reaction to the burdens imposed by the Dodd-Frank regulations

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