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The Impact of the Dodd-Frank Act on Small Banks by Tahsen Alqatawni :: SSRN

The Impact of the Dodd-Frank Act on Small Banks by Tahsen Alqatawni :: SSRN | finance and mathematics | Scoop.it
The Dodd-Frank Act is single longest bill ever passed by the U.S. … The Dodd-Frank Act passed in reply to the latest financial meltdown, which applies to preven
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The Dodd-Frank Act is single longest bill ever passed by the U.S. … The Dodd-Frank Act passed in reply to the latest financial meltdown, which applies to prevent further fraud and abuse in the markets, also geared toward protecting consumers with regulations like keeping borrowers from abusive lending conditions and mortgage practices by lenders. Dodd-Frank regulatory requirements set too many restrictions on local lenders and appraisers and that the Act created for large banks "too-big-to-fail”. However, the small banks, which do not fit neatly into standardized financial modeling, will face unintended consequences, as increased operations costs, which lead to reduced income and limited potential growth. The Act created enormous difficulties on small banks, which has little to do with the financial crisis.

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Mathematics in finance and hiding lies in complexity

Mathematics in finance and hiding lies in complexity | finance and mathematics | Scoop.it
Mathematics has a deep and rich history, extending well beyond the 16th century start of the scientific revolution. Much like literature, mathematics has a timeless quality; although its trends wax...
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The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform | finance and mathematics | Scoop.it
V, MC The Dodd-Frank Act was designed to protect the consumer and to reform Wall Street, but in fact it is making lower-income Americans worse off financially and cutting them off from traditional banking services.
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According to Open congress, the Dodd-Frank Act is single longest bill ever passed by the U.S. government took up 2256 pages“http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h4173/show

According to Reich (2013), the six biggest banks in the U.S. spent $29.4 million lobbying Congress in 2010, and flooded Capitol Hill with about 3,000 lobbyists, which make a ratio of five lobbyists per one  member of Congress. “http://robertreich.org/post/7843866058

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Take 15: Modern Portfolio Theory and Behavioral Finance: The Mathematics of Turbulence (Video)

Take 15: Modern Portfolio Theory and Behavioral Finance: The Mathematics of Turbulence (Video) | finance and mathematics | Scoop.it
Kent Osband offers that the mathematics of turbulence provides a mathematical framework for bridging modern portfolio theory’s rationalism with behavioral finance’s irrationalism. Read more →

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