Dodd-Frank Financial Regulation Law
This event was part of Politico’s"Morning Money Breakfast Briefing."
Daniel Tarullo talked about the status of the implementation of the Dodd-Frank financial regulation law, which sought to regulate financial sector practices that may have led to the 2008 financial crisis. He also discussed the economy, which he said was more stable than it was leading up to the financial crisis, despite slow growth. He credited the law, increased household savings, and other factors as contributing to economic improvement.
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Daniel K. Tarullo Member Federal Reserve->Board of Governors
Ben White Chief Correspondent Politico.com->Economics
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