Committee Study Shows Continued Competitive Weakness In U.S. Capital Markets
The CCMR believes that the measures suggested in its 2006 Interim Report remain essential to the restoration of U.S. competitiveness. "We urge regulators implementing the provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act to minimize the adverse competitive effects of new regulations, particularly in areas where the U.S. regulatory approach differs significantly from competitor markets," said Director Scott.
Historical data through 2012 are available at www.capmktsreg.org.
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