Senator Crapo urges Dodd-Frank tweaks and CFTC-SEC merger

Senator Mike Crapo hopes to amend the Dodd-Frank Act in 2014 and reiterates calls for a merger of the SEC and CFTC


In a Congress noted for its antagonism and oppositional politics, particularly around resolving the issue of the US national debt ceiling, the prospect that Republicans and Democrats could agree to tweak Dodd-Frank Act provisions over the next 12 months may come as a surprise.

But that is the claim made by Senator Mike Crapo who sees “common ground” between Republican and Democrat members of the upper house on a number of issues, ranging from the controversial swaps push-out rule to the

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