Big Banks Seek 7 Year Delay In Volcker Rule Implementation

The big banks and financial lobby are seeking to delay certain investments provisions of the Volcker for up to seven years, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.


Pulling the plug on big banks could force them to exit alternative investments
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