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Dodd Frank Act

Courses Included

What you will learn:

  1. Purposes/Objectives of the Act
  2. The Volcker Rule
  3. Regulation of Swaps and Derivatives
  4. Securitization Reforms
  5. Credit Rating Agencies
  6. Capital Provisions and Regulation of SIFIs
  7. Restrictions on Government bailouts using taxpayers money
  8. SEC Authority [support to significant provisions of the act]
  9. Private Equity and Hedge funds
  10. Executive Compensation and Corporate Governance
  11. Criticism of the act

US$52 per 365 days

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What is Dodd Frank Act:

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is a massive piece of financial reform legislation passed during the Obama administration in 2010 as a response to the financial crisis of 2008. Named after sponsors Sen. Christopher J. Dodd (D-Conn.) and Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.), the act contains numerous provisions, spelled out over roughly 2,300 pages, that were to be implemented over a period of several years.

Why it is important:

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act targeted the sectors of the financial system that were believed to have caused the 2008 financial crisis, including banks, mortgage lenders, and credit rating agencies. Critics of the law argue that the regulatory burdens it imposes could make United States firms less competitive than their foreign counterparts. In 2018, Congress passed a new law that rolled back some of Dodd-Frank’s restrictions.

What you will learn:

  1. Purposes/Objectives of the Act
  2. The Volcker Rule
  3. Regulation of Swaps and Derivatives
  4. Securitization Reforms
  5. Credit Rating Agencies
  6. Capital Provisions and Regulation of SIFIs
  7. Restrictions on Government bailouts using taxpayers money
  8. SEC Authority [support to significant provisions of the act]
  9. Private Equity and Hedge funds
  10. Executive Compensation and Corporate Governance
  11. Criticism of the act

Target audience:

Career-driven banking professionals stay relevant in their roles, anyone looking to gain an understanding of Dodd-Frank act and its practical application. E.g. Accountants, Banking professionals, Students.

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