At Zero Hedge by Tyler Durden --
On Friday, President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive
action to scale back the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial-overhaul law, in a
sweeping plan to dismantle much of the regulatory system put in place
after the financial crisis. The order won't have any immediate impact.
But it directs the Treasury secretary to consult with members of
different regulatory agencies and the Financial Stability Oversight
Council and report back on potential changes.
"There are quite a few things that we could do on Dodd-Frank
... that we think will have fairly immediate and dramatic impact," the
official said, including personnel changes at regulatory agencies and
additional executive orders.
That likely includes a review of the CFPB, which vastly
expanded regulators' ability to police consumer products — from
mortgages to credit cards to student loans. Trump administration
officials, like other critics, argue Dodd-Frank did not achieve what it
set out to do and portray it as an example of massive government