Financial Regulatory Forum

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.

Deal on financial reform bill near in U.S. Senate

February 26, 2010

   By Kevin Drawbaugh
   WASHINGTON, Feb 25 (Reuters) – A bipartisan agreement on financial regulation reform was close at hand on Thursday in the U.S. Senate, with lawmakers working to overcome a key obstacle — creating a new financial consumer watchdog. (more…)

INTERVIEW-Watchdog’s fate in U.S. Senate key to financial reform

By Reuters Staff
January 19, 2010

By Kevin Drawbaugh

WASHINGTON, Jan 18 (Reuters) – The tag on U.S. financial regulation reform may as well say “Made on Wall Street” if bank lobbyists manage to gut the Obama administration’s proposed consumer watchdog agency,  Elizabeth Warren said.

US House tackling historic financial reforms

By Reuters Staff
December 10, 2009

By Kevin Drawbaugh

WASHINGTON, Dec 10 (Reuters) – As the U.S. House of Representatives moved closer on Thursday to debating the most sweeping changes to financial regulation proposed since the Great Depression, a raft of late amendments were headed to the floor as lawmakers wrangled over the legislation.

U.S. House to debate financial regulation overhaul

December 10, 2009
Rep Bachus: Socialism

Rep Bachus: Socialism

    By Kevin Drawbaugh
   WASHINGTON, Dec 10 (Reuters) – The U.S. House of Representatives will debate on Thursday the most sweeping changes to financial regulation proposed since the Great Depression, including broad new government powers over large banks and tighter regulation of capital markets. (more…)