In the 2010 report, learn how the Federal Reserve’s responsibility for supervising and regulating financial institutions and the financial system as a whole is changing with the passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act on July 21, 2010.
The report outlines how the Act’s provisions address the vulnerabilities in the financial system that the financial crisis revealed and discusses the Federal Reserve’s expanded responsibilities for promoting financial stability within the new regulatory framework. Additionally, the report explains how San Francisco Fed staff members are involved in implementing these changes and how the Bank is mobilizing resources to help ensure a successful transition to this new framework for financial supervision and regulation.
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President's introduction to 2010 Annual Report
Systemically important financial institutions
Supervising systemically important financial institutions
Risk Modeling Research and Surveillance Group
Strengthening consumer protection
Bank CEO's View of the Dodd-Frank Act