January 14, 2011
By Peter Schroeder
One of federal regulators charged with implementing the Dodd-Frank financial reform law thought lawmakers did a good job drafting a bill to increase transparency in the markets, but joked it would be nice to have the funding to implement its provisions.
"I think Congress did very well," said Gary Gensler, chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). He was speaking at an event Friday exploring Dodd-Frank hosted by the George Washington University Law School and School of Business…
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