The House voted Wednesday to amend the Dodd-Frank financial reform law with the help of 36 Democrats, even though the White House has threatened to veto the bill.
A trio of financial industry groups have filed a lawsuit against the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, pushing back against new rules aimed at cracking down on derivatives abroad.
Her letter comes one day after a think tank criticized her preferred policies.
The European Union has fined two American banks and other global financial giants more than $2 billion over the Libor rate fixing scandal.
A top House Democrat is second-guessing the priorities of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The “visceral hatred of Wall Street” from some liberals is “counterproductive,” according to Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.).
Small banks warn Congress that mounting regulations could force them out of business.
The heads of the nation’s biggest companies are pushing back against a financial rule that would require them to disclose how much more money they make than their employees.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is taking a larger role in overseeing Sallie Mae and other student loan servicers.
The number of U.S. banks dropped below 7,000 this year – down from a high of more than 18,000, and the fewest since at least the Great Depression.