Though Mitt Romney has said he'd repeal Dodd-Frank, many opponents of the legislation aren't expecting a full repeal, but rather incremental changes, according to a Washington Post WonkBlog piece.
Wall Street firms are "working off the general assumption that Dodd-Frank is here to stay, regardless of what happens in November," writes WonkBlog.
Some members on Congress have the same sentiments. A quote from Rep. Sean Duffy (originally reported in Politico), sums up the gist of the piece: "There’s not a movement to repeal and replace Dodd-Frank. There’s a movement to fix it."
For the full piece see "Romney vows to repeal Dodd-Frank. The law’s biggest critics doubt that will happen." (may require subscription)