In Washington and across the globe, the effort to re-regulate the markets is underway. These financial regulations include broad and sweeping changes that affect every participant in the financial markets. Congress may pass new laws to create a systemic risk regulator, protect consumers, oversee hedge funds and derivatives, limit leverage, modify capital requirements, regulate securitizations, and perhaps control executive compensation.
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