Financial Regulatory Forum

from Tales from the Trail:

Think brussels sprouts and cauliflower are agricultural commodities? Think again.

October 19, 2010

While the financial bailouts tossed to automakers, banks and other groups during the recent economic crisis left a funny taste in the mouth of some Americans, one former U.S. regulator hopes efforts to prevent another panic doesn't go rotten.

PREVIEW-Final act begins in U.S. Congress on Wall St reform

By Reuters Staff
June 7, 2010

By Kevin Drawbaugh

WASHINGTON, June 7 (Reuters) – Negotiators from the U.S. Senate and House will begin meeting this week to craft a final Wall Street reform bill, with banks facing changes that threaten their profits, if not their business models.

BREAKINGVIEWS-Is Obama losing control of U.S. financial reform?

By Reuters Staff
May 3, 2010

– The authors is a Reuters Breakingviews columnists. The opinions expressed are his own –

ANALYSIS – Obama tackles Wall Street reform in next big push

By Reuters Staff
March 25, 2010

By Caren Bohan

WASHINGTON, March 25 (Reuters) – Fresh from his victory on landmark healthcare legislation, U.S. President Barack Obama is ready to take on Wall Street.

ANALYSIS – Dodd bill takes pass on key U.S. broker reforms

By Reuters Staff
March 24, 2010

By Helen Kearney

NEW YORK, March 23 (Reuters) – As Senator Christopher Dodd’s financial regulatory reform bill heads to the full Senate, brokerages for now have escaped tougher regulation thanks largely to fierce lobbying by insurers.

SCENARIOS-How U.S. financial regulation fight might play out

By Reuters Staff
March 23, 2010

March 23 (Reuters) – The financial regulation debate has a long way to go in the U.S. Congress, with the action shifting to the full Senate and big headlines unlikely until April.

BREAKINGVIEWS-U.S. financial reform process takes risky turn

By Reuters Staff
March 23, 2010

– The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own –

COLUMN-Volcker Rule unexpectedly revived by Dodd bill: John Kemp

By Reuters Staff
March 16, 2010

– John Kemp is a Reuters columnist. The views expressed are his own –

Bipartisan US financial reform deal uncertain – Sen. Dodd

By Reuters Staff
March 6, 2010

By Kevin Drawbaugh

WASHINGTON, March 5 (Reuters) – Senator Christopher Dodd, chief negotiator for the Democrats in U.S. Senate talks on financial regulation reform, said on Friday he was uncertain whether bipartisan support for a compromise bill could be achieved.

U.S. Senator Shelby counters on financial consumer watchdog

By Reuters Staff
March 1, 2010

By Kevin Drawbaugh and Rachelle Younglai

WASHINGTON, March 1 (Reuters) – A senior Republican U.S. senator has made at least two counter-offers to Democrats on creating a new government watchdog for financial consumers, Reuters learned on Monday from aides and documents.