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Conference Committee on FinReg Starts Work

The conference committee to reconcile the House and Senate versions of financial regulatory reform is up and running, with conferees currently hashing proposals

Jul 31, 2020
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The conference committee to reconcile the House and Senate versions of financial regulatory reform is up and running, with conferees currently hashing proposals out. (You can watch them at work here.) Here is a rough schedule of what they will be discussing, and when.
Today, June 15
  • Merging the Office of Thrift Supervision and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
  • Provisions relating to insurance and private funds
  • Reforming the credit rating agencies
Wednesday, June 16
  • Investor protections and regulatory improvements
  • Executive compensation and corporate governance
  • An audit of the Federal Reserve, Fed governance and emergency liquidity provisions
Thursday, June 17
  • Systemic risk regulation and resolution authority, including payments, clearing and settlement for counterparties of shuttered banks
Next week ****
  • The structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Agency
  • Predatory lending
  • Credit and debit card interchange fees
  • Remittances
  • Access issues
  • Prudential regulation
  • Derivatives
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