Roundtable Statement on Passage of Dodd-Frank

Steve Bartlett, President and CEO for the Financial Services Roundtable issued the following statement on the Senate passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.

“The Roundtable has neither endorsed nor opposed the total bill in its current form. As an omnibus bill, there is plenty here to like and a good bit to question.”

“We accept the reality of this legislation as a statutory framework for regulatory structure.”

“Our goal is to turn our attention from the uncertainty of legislative action to the certainty of the industry’s commitment to make reform work, to take these legislative changes, and the regulatory changes to follow, and make reform work for the American economy.”

Steve Bartlett, President and CEO for the Financial Services Roundtable issued the following statement on the Senate passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.

“The Roundtable has neither endorsed nor opposed the total bill in its current form. As an omnibus bill, there is plenty here to like and a good bit to question.”

“We accept the reality of this legislation as a statutory framework for regulatory structure.”

“Our goal is to turn our attention from the uncertainty of legislative action to the certainty of the industry’s commitment to make reform work, to take these legislative changes, and the regulatory changes to follow, and make reform work for the American economy.”

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