The debate continued Tuesday on how to resolve the issue of "too big to fail" between banking analysts, former regulators, lawmakers, banking industry representatives and top academics.

The conversation, hosted by American Banker and Federal Financial Analytics, ranged in topics, but Dodd-Frank was often referenced.

Forum participants argued that the reform law must be given more time to be implemented, while other roundtable contributors argued over whether the financial industry has spent too much time working to roll back provisions of the Dodd-Frank law and not enough time providing leadership concerns over "too big to fail."

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