House panel plans to review Dodd-Frank implementation

02/12/2013 | Reuters

The House Financial Services Committee will review how the Dodd-Frank Act is being implemented, according to a draft agenda. "The Committee will seek to ensure that regulators carefully and transparently assess the costs and benefits of regulations called for by the Dodd-Frank Act," committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling says in the document. The agenda also includes discussion of changing or ending Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's charters, and a review of government oversight of over-the-counter derivatives. Democrats on the committee are expected to resist what they perceive to be a watering down of Dodd-Frank.

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