Financial Regulatory Reform: 2012 Report Card

In advance of tomorrow’s 6th Annual Capital Markets Summit, the US Chamber released the Financial Regulatory Reform: 2012 Report Card today. The Report Card evaluates the progress being made by Congress and regulators to achieve modern, well-regulated, fair, transparent, and vibrate capital markets.  It looks both at the implementation of Dodd-Frank, as well as other key regulatory reform issues, broken down into four areas critical to ensuring the vitality of our markets:

  • Protecting the Diversity of Capital Formation
  • Reforming Corporate Governance
  • Ensuring U.S. Competitiveness Through Financial Regulatory Reform
  • Preserving the Integrity of Accounting and Auditing

In addition to grading the four areas, the report also provides suggestions on how regulators and Congress can bring up the grade to support capital formation system that benefits consumers, investors, and job creators.   The US Chamber is calling on Congress and regulators take their time, do it right, put politics aside, and think of the long-term health of the American capital formation system.

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