Dodd-Frank at 10: How regulation has (and hasn't) changed since law's passage


Policymakers have eased some rules and the Supreme Court recently dealt a blow to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. But as the landmark legislation approaches its 10th anniversary, the post-crisis regulatory regime has stayed largely intact.


10 years after bruising Dodd-Frank fight, is bipartisanship returning?


Rancor between Democrats and Republicans has made it hard to enact subsequent bills. But the 2018 reg relief package and more recent legislation offer hope for efforts to reach across the aisle.


Dodd-Frank has softened blow of pandemic, its authors say


Chris Dodd and Barney Frank said the legislation — nearing its 10th anniversary — put banks in position to be a stabilizing force during the coronavirus crisis.


After ruling, stage set for new battles over CFPB's future


The Supreme Court threw out a key statutory provision concerning the agency’s leadership structure, but the presidential election and possible legislative reforms could bring about more changes to the embattled bureau.


Supreme Court strikes down CFPB leadership structure


In a split 5-4 decision, the justices gave presidents new power to remove the agency's head at will. The ruling could have far-reaching implications for other regulators with single directors.


No decision by Supreme Court on CFPB's constitutionality


With just 13 decisions remaining on the docket this session, the high court's highly anticipated ruling in a case challenging the agency's leadership structure could come as early as next Monday.


Small change is becoming a big problem for banks


At a congressional hearing, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell discussed steps to get the flow of coins to financial institutions back to pre-pandemic levels, as well as ways to ease other industry burdens.


Fed sets date for release of 2020 stress tests, COVID-19 analyses


Unlike in previous years, the results from two different evaluations will be released simultaneously and will include an assessment of bank capital under coronavirus-related scenarios.


Coronavirus response allows banks to ‘change the narrative’: Citi chair


John Dugan says a successful effort by banks to alleviate the economic damage of the pandemic could boost the industry's reputation.


Agencies signal support for more capital relief in midst of crisis


In separate letters to Congress, the Fed asked for legislative action to ease Tier 1 capital minimums while the FDIC said it may use its own authority to address the market strain on banks.