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Summary of the Dodd Financial Reform Bill

March 15, 2010 - by Donny Shaw

Sen. Christopher Dodd [D, CT] unveiled his long-awaited financial reform bill this afternoon, calling it the most sweeping reform of Wall Street since the 1930s. It's a 1,336-page document, which you can read in full here (PDF). But in case your not in the mood right now to dive into the details of derivatives reform, consumer financial protection and systemic risk regulation in full legalese, I've converted the 11-page summary from Dodd's office into HTML and posted it here. This is no substitue for a thorough, independent analysis, but it at least gives you a sense of the bill's scope -- what's in it and what isn't.

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