Sen. Bob CorkerRobert (Bob) Phillips CorkerDeficit hawks voice worry over direction of tax plan The Hill Interview: Budget Chair Black sticks around for now Overnight Finance: White House requests B for disaster relief | Ex-Equifax chief grilled over stock sales | House panel approves B for border wall | Tax plan puts swing-state Republicans in tough spot MORE (R-Tenn.) said he expects "lots" of Republican support for a forthcoming financial reform bill.

Corker, a member of the Senate Banking Committee who joined with Chairman Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) and other committee Democrats to negotiate financial reform legislation, said a bill was coming soon, but wouldn't say for sure whether it'd come next week.

"I think we're going to get to a place soon on a bill that's going to stand the test of time," Corker said during an appearance on CNBC. "I think there's going to be lots of Republicans who come on board."

Talks had broken down earlier this month between Dodd and the top Republican member of the committee, Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.). The breakdown in talks over the Senate around the creation of a standalone Consumer Financial Protection Agency.

Sen. Mark WarnerMark Robert WarnerTrump: Why isn't Senate looking into 'Fake News Networks'? 5 takeaways from Senate Russian meddling presser Trump: 'America is truly a nation in mourning' MORE (D-Va.), another member of the Banking committee who's close to Corker, said that Wall Street shouldn't have to worry about too stringent of an agency.

"I think the market will react favorably to what we've seen," Warner said of the forthcoming bill.

Corker said he'd talked frequently with Shelby in recent days -- including twice on Wednesday -- and expressed optimism with the tone of those conversations.