Partially protected: Dodd-Frank Act spares structured products

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Unravelling the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Refrom Act

The sprawling Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, an ambitious attempt to recast financial sector regulation in the US in the wake of the financial crisis, was signed into US law by President Barack Obama on July 21.

On the face of it, Title VII of the Act, which addresses transparency and accountability, will bring structured product issuers, dealers and distributors under the jurisdiction of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or the Commodities and Futures

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