4/8/2011

Karen Weise explains how when lawmakers were debating the overhaul of financial regulations, they maintained that they would end the problem of financial institutions considered "too big to fail." However, as federal agencies implement the Dodd-Frank Act, they are bolstering the dominant position of the major banks. Weise cites various rules, including risk-retention requirements, derivatives regulations and others that favor the largest banks.

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