A Dodd-Frank reform menu, ready to go?

Jim Hamilton’s World of Securities Regulation has a list of seven bills “amending the Dodd-Frank Act [that] passed the House in the 113th Congress by a bi-partisan vote, sometimes an overwhelming bi-partisan vote, but were never taken up [by] the Senate.” Topics of the bills include: exempting from SEC registration venture capital and SBIC advisers; exempting advisers to private equity funds when not over-leveraged; requiring study of effects of non-conforming U.S. standard on derivative credit valuation adjustment (CVA) capital requirement; clarifying handling of centralized treasury units (CTUs); removing indemnification requirement imposed on foreign regulators; coordinating regulations on cross-border derivatives transactions; and curbing Volcker Rule application to debt securities of collateralized loan obligations.

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