The new version of a bill to roll back post-crisis financial reforms in the US would kill a requirement for asset managers to be stress tested, Risk.net has learned.
Jeb Hensarling, the chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, is preparing to introduce a new version of his Financial Choice Act in the House of Representatives later this month. A draft of the amended bill, which is circulating on Capitol Hill, contains provisions that would eliminate a Dodd-Frank Act provision on
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