There is a lot of breath-holding today--and our clients who deal with regulatory agencies are especially wary about changes to financial regulations. Regardless of the presidential outcome, regulatory changes may be on their own timeline.
How Will the Election Affect Financial Regulations?
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No matter who wins the election, some decisions relevant to investors may be made by regulators who won’t change right away. @telisdemos explains. #WSJWhatsNow https://t.co/ZlijF1sCAT pic.twitter.com/h7CDM8V8Q1— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) November 3, 2020
On Regulation, Elections Don't Change Everythinghttps://t.co/GwBuU4fSoV— Mr DIY Portfolio (@nice1bucko) November 3, 2020
Heard on the Street: Regardless of the election result, big bank investors will be watching Randal Quarles, in addition to Biden and Trump https://t.co/2kuFMRE0jF— WSJ Markets (@WSJmarkets) November 3, 2020
On Regulation, Elections Don't Change Everything https://t.co/yOudinMhTR— John Lothian (@JohnLothian) November 2, 2020