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Implementing the Dodd-Frank Act: The Federal Reserve Board's Role

The Federal Reserve Board is responsible for implementing numerous provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the "Dodd-Frank Act" or "DFA"), sometimes in conjunction with other government agencies. Listed below are the implementation initiatives recently completed by the Board, as well as several of the most significant initiatives that the Board expects to address over the next few months. Timeframes for upcoming initiatives are estimates and may be adjusted.

Initiatives Completed
Initiatives Planned: January to March 2012
Initiatives Planned: April to June 2012
Dodd-Frank Act: Statutory Dates For Actions

Initiatives Planned: January to March 2012

Banking Activities Congressional Report
The Board, along with other Federal bank regulatory agencies, expects to issue a report to Congress on activities that may be conducted by insured depository institutions and their affiliates. (DFA Section 620)

Last update: January 17, 2014