Banks update data management in response to reform

11/29/2010 | Bank Systems & Technology

The Dodd-Frank Act gives the government the authority to examine data from financial institutions, prompting banks to update their data-management capabilities. The law created the Office of Financial Reform, which is tasked with reporting to lawmakers about potential risks to the financial industry. The office has the power to subpoena information from banks and other industry players.

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