Dodd-Frank implementation delayed (again)?


Just saw a headline from the Washington Post here about the House Agriculture Committee approving legislation that would result in an 18 month delay to the implementation of derivative rules by the CFTC.

While this will probably not make it through the Senate, when I review the actual implementation of Dodd-Frank and compare it with planned timeline, it looks like more delays are going to occur.

And the delays seem to be in the area of execution, i.e., SEFs, rather than reporting and/or clearing.

Is a trend forming?

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