Dodd-Frank and the road ahead: are you ready?
The passing of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank) in 2010 ushered in a wave of sweeping US financial regulatory reforms that has left banks alternately bracing and breathless.
Given the broad impact of the Dodd-Frank Act on many firms’ business models and infrastructure, early mobilization is critical — not only to comply with new regulatory standards, but to identify strategic opportunities. Despite steps forward by banks, much of the hard work remains.
We help define some of the many unknowns and help put the issues you need to know in context, making them understandable and practical for your business needs. Read our insights to know what lies ahead.
The Federal Reserve Board recently approved the final rule establishing Enhanced Prudential Standards for large Foreign Banking Organizations and US bank holding companies.
Under Title VII, all OTC derivatives are subject to regulatory oversight and new requirements. Learn more about the key business impacts.
Our recommendations can help companies identify and gather information on qualifying transactions, ensure governance, establish appropriate processes and controls and conduct monitoring and testing.
As organizations respond to Dodd-Frank, internal audit needs to be actively engaged early in the process. Learn what steps to take today.
While most companies are positioned to respond, they still need to adapt to the nearly 250 new rules the Act has created. Are you prepared?
Transform compliance into a differentiator by arming your CCO with power and resources. Learn more about the benefits and potential costs of inaction.
The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act reached its half-year milestone on 21 January 2011. Financial institutions should address future legislation.
We evaluate the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act by assessing the strategic, tax and operational implications for your business model.
High-level observations on provisions within the financial regulatory reform law that affect the financial services sector.