In a recent article, CFO covers all sides of the Dodd-Frank reform suggesting the likely outcome will be more moderate and along the lines of how the Treasury sees it versus anything that could be characterized as radical on not in keeping with the premise that led to its creation.

CFO noted that after seven years of Dodd-Frank, using the actions taken after the Great Depression and the savings and loan crisis of the 1980s as precedent, some changes to the regulatory framework established during the crisis could be on the way.