“We are absolutely destroying these horrible regulations that have been placed on your heads.”
These are words to business executives from U.S. President Donald Trump, summing up his intention to unwind back a host of financial regulations passed by Congress in response to the 2008 financial crisis.
So far the administration is taking aim at the wide ranging Dodd Frank Act, along with reversing a policy requiring a broker to act in a client’s best interest rather than seeking the highest profits for themselves.
Will Trump succeed? What does this mean for financial institutions and investors in Asia?
AmCham’s expert panel will provide you with fresh insights.
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