The Wall Street Reform Bill: June 22, 2010 Conference Update

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on June 22, 2010

News release: “Today House and Senate conferees again met on the bill to bring accountability to Wall Street. The bill creates a new consumer financial protection watchdog, ends too big to fail bailouts, sets up an early warning system to predict and prevent the next crisis, and brings transparency and accountability to exotic instruments such as derivatives. A list of House and Senate offers and counter offers can be found by clicking here.”

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