Slideshow A Year Later: The Dodd-Frank Lapses

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  • July 18 2011, 11:00pm EDT
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The Dodd-Frank Lapses: FSOC

The Financial Stability Oversight Council, chaired by Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, is supposed to oversee systemically important financial institutions but is yet to spell out criteria for making such decisions. (Photo: Bloomberg News)


The Dodd-Frank Lapses: Office of Financial Research

Sen. Reed successfully included a provision to create the Office of Financial Research, and yet it remains without a director and key staff. (Photo: Bloomberg News)

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The Dodd-Frank Lapses: The Volcker Rule

While regulators have released a study on the Volcker Rule to ban proprietary trading and limit investments in hedge funds, the agencies have not taken steps to implement it. (Photo: Bloomberg News)


The Dodd-Frank Lapses: Derivatives Regulations

Some say CFTC Chairman Gensler has made "heroic" efforts to implement the many derivatives provisions of regulatory reform. Yet the agency has delayed several critical rules until the end of the year. (Photo: Bloomberg News)


The Dodd-Frank Lapses: Risk Retention

Regulators have sought to craft a narrow exemption for risk retention, yet at least 320 lawmakers, including Rep. Frank, argue it is too restrictive, raising questions about what the agencies will do next. (Photo: Bloomberg News)