Managing to the New Regulatory Reality: Doing Business Under the Dodd-Frank Act

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 20, 2011 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
How to manage and profit from the new financial regulatory reality

Now, more than ever, navigating the new financial regulations is paramount for the survival of many large institutions. Managing to the New Regulatory Reality: Doing Business Under the Dodd-Frank Act provides the most important, need-to-know lessons for private sector management, boards of directors, policymakers, and even regulators, shedding light on the movement from crisis to panic, regulatory reform to winning under continuing financial regulatory uncertainty.

  • Reviews the causes of 2008's financial crisis, and assesses its impact on multiple stakeholders
  • Describes and analyzes the impact of the immediate U.S. and G20 policy and regulatory reactions on financial institutions that the crisis response triggered
  • Explains the legislative policies, and examines how institutions and the financial services industry can make these new policies and regulations work for them

All financial institutions, but especially large companies, will have to aggressively manage to the new regulatory reality. Managing to the New Regulatory Reality is the must-have survival guide to sustaining profitability despite all the new red tape.

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Gregory P. Wilson is the founder of his own consulting firm specializing in financial policy and regulatory issues and is a former part-ner in McKinsey & Company's Washington, D.C., office. Prior to joining McKinsey, during the U.S. savings and loan crisis, he served as the deputy assistant secretary for financial institutions policy at the U.S. Treasury Department, where he received the Secretary's Distinguished Service Award. For more information, visit

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