The Final Repeal of Regulation Q: One Year Later, Much Ado About Nothing


One of the less earth-shattering elements of the Dodd-Frank legislation was the repeal of the last remnants of Regulation Q, which had existed in one form or another since the 1930s. Does it matter anymore? To date, apparently not to most bankers, but it will deliver more pricing transparency and fairness to small businesses.

Author: Patricia McGinnis
Published on: July 12, 2012


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