Future Direction of US Financial Regulation


Recorded July 10, 2017

Conference session originally titled HUGE Changes? Implications of the Trump Administration on Financial Regulation.

The advent of the Trump Administration brings a new era for financial regulation and related legislation, with the potential for major changes in the US and globally. Although it is clear that the main theme will be deregulation, there is a very wide range of potential outcomes for the financial services industry broadly and payments specifically. This session recording describes the underlying forces at work, including the roles of the Administration, regulatory bodies, and Congress and the political dynamics driving how they will interact. Drawing on this base, speaker discussion follows regarding the outcomes that appear highly likely, those that are distinctly possible but not probable, and some outside possibilities.  

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Douglas Elliott
Partner, Public Policy Practice, Oliver Wyman

William D. Sullivan
Senior Director & Group Manager, Government & Industry Relations, NACHA - The Electronic Payments Association

This event qualifies for AAP Credit.


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