July 21, 2016
AAF Examines The Dodd-Frank Act On 6th Anniversary
The American Action Forum (@AAF) today released an analysis examining the outcomes if the Dodd-Frank Act were never signed into law. Without Dodd-Frank, consumer credit would be significantly higher, the analysis finds. Additionally, the analysis explores a world without the Volcker Rule, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and the Financial Stability Oversight Board. Click here to view the analysis.
ICYMI: AAF President Douglas Holtz-Eakin penned an oped for the Huffington Post on the 6th anniversary of the legacy of President Obama regarding financial regulation, which can be viewed here. Yesterday, AAF released research that found Dodd-Frank has imposed costs of $310 per household, or $36 billion overall.