Treasury Issues Recommendations on Capital Markets Regulatory Reform

| October 27, 2017

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Treasury Department issued an extensive report today outlining recommended regulatory changes to maintain the vibrancy of U.S. capital markets. The report’s recommendations including many advocated by the American Bankers Association in its engagement with Treasury during this process collectively reinforce the banking industry’s role in supporting well-functioning financial markets.

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