Your Tax Dollars at Work: Dodd's 1100 Page Financial Reform Bill

To identify and address risks to the stability of the United States financial system through the establishment of the Agency for Financial Stability, to ensure the orderly resolution of failing complex financial institutions in order to minimize economic turmoil and protect the interest of taxpayers, to provide for effective bank supervision through the establishment of the Financial Institutions Regulatory Administration, to enhance the regulation of consumer financial products and services through the establishment of the Consumer Financial Protection Agency, to allow the Federal government to better coordinate and monitor insurance matters through the establishment of the Office of National Insurance in the Department of Treasury, to improve the regulation of derivatives, securities, securities products, credit rating agencies, and hedge funds, to increase investor protections, and for other purposes.
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Senate Banking Commitee Bill