Congress could make Dodd-Frank changes in 2014, says Crapo

Democrats and Republicans finding common ground on issues including swaps push-out, says senator


The next 12 months could see the US Congress making changes to the Dodd-Frank Act, according to Senator Mike Crapo, who claims there is "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 treatment of community banks.

"There are a lot of different suggestions out there as to ways we can refine it and fine-tune it," says Crapo, the ranking Republican member of the Senate Committee on Banking

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