Call it a work in progress.
As the global financial system continues a long, slow healing process, the echoes of the implosion inflicted by the credit collapse of 2008 are fading into history.
Yet five years after the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, a pitched political and regulatory battle is still being fought over multiple provisions of a far-reaching series of reforms and regulations, known as Dodd-Frank, that were designed to prevent a recurrence. (Tweet This)
Article by John W. Schoen, Marguerite Ward, read it here.