New US President Means Big Changes for Dodd–Frank, According to CFTC Policy Advisor

CFTC's Justin Slaughter said whoever is elected the next president of the US will likely make major changes to the Dodd–Frank Act.

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Whether that means stricter or looser requirements remains to be seen, said Slaughter, chief policy advisor and senior counsel at the regulatory body, speaking earlier today on a panel at the North American Trading Architecture Summit in New York. Regardless of who wins, Slaughter said things will not remain the same, particularly for the Dodd-Frank Act.

"The thing that strikes me is that just about everyone who has a serious chance of becoming president is offering major changes to the Dodd-Fra

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