Years after Dodd-Frank enacted, 20% of required rules remain unwritten

The 2010 Dodd-Frank law prescribed 390 rule-making requirements and 249 now have finalized rules, while another 58 have rule proposals, according to a study by the law firm Davis Polk. That means about one fifth of the required rules haven't even been proposed.

You can read about it in the WSJ (subscription required, unfortunately), here. The study is available without a subscription, here.

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