Dodd-Frank reforms tipped to survive Trump presidency

Risk USA: speakers split on whether new administration will ease regulations

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Trump win could lead to rollback of Dodd-Frank requirements

The Dodd-Frank Act is likely to survive a Trump administration, despite the president-elect's talk of "dismantling" the reforms enacted following the financial crisis – but some bankers remain hopeful that a Republican president will deliver some regulatory relief.

"I don't see a repeal of the Dodd-Frank Act, but I do see relief from some of its many mandates," said Kevin Blakely, chair of the compliance committee and member of the fiduciary and risk committees at HSBC North America. "Maybe

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