The Trump transition team has announced that it will dismantle the Dodd-Frank Act and promote policies that it views as encouraging growth and job creation.
After the 2008 crisis, President Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Act into law in July 2010. The law impacted every firm delivering financial services and every part of the economic and financial fabric of the United States, with billions spent on compliance.
Davis Polk helped its clients understand, plan for and react to these reforms, just as it had to past reforms. Our visual summaries, analyses and progress reports on financial regulatory reform have been considered “must-read” documents by those in the financial services sector, government, media, academia and broader public. Some of our visual summaries have been downloaded over 300,000 times. We have also deployed technologies to bring our clients an evolving array of informational and analytic tools, partnering with third parties to produce high quality legal products that fit seamlessly into our clients’ workflows. We are ideally positioned to advise the financial services sector in light of the upcoming reforms. We are one of the few firms that can marry an unparalleled ability to forge financial sector consensus on the most important reform issues with a unique and deep understanding of each of our client’s businesses. We stand ready to work closely with the financial services sector in navigating the challenges and seizing the opportunities presented by the upcoming changes in the regulatory landscape.
FinRegReform.com will contain all of our public analysis – including blog posts, flow charts, and visual memos, on the upcoming reforms.