The Dodd-Frank Act, a 2010 law intended to reform our financial system, didnt reform Wall Street. It failed to put the interests of consumers and taxpayers first. It traded economic potential for a false sense of security. And rather than reforming our system by preventing future Wall Street bailouts, it codified them.
The president recently issued an Executive Order to review Dodd-Frank, as well as financial regulations and other measures. This is a good first step. Since needed attention is being given to financial reform, here are five actions that could be taken:


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