Implementing Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act — Pending Action
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- §621: Adopt rules prohibiting material conflicts of interests between certain parties involved in asset-backed securities and investors in the transaction
- §942: Adopt rules requiring each issuer of an ABS (other than residential mortgages, commercial mortgages, auto loans and leases, debt securities and resecuritizations of those asset classes, which are subject to rules adopted on Aug. 27, 2014) to disclose, for each tranche or class of security, information regarding the assets backing that security.
- §§763(b) and 805(a): Adopt rules to enhance the oversight of systemically-important clearing agencies or those that engage in complex transactions, such as security-based swaps.
- §952: Report to Congress on study and review of the use of compensation consultants and the effects of such use
- §953: Adopt rules regarding disclosure of pay ratios
- §953: Adopt rules regarding disclosure of pay-for-performance
- §954: Adopt rules regarding recovery of executive compensation
- §955: Adopt rules regarding disclosure of hedging by employees and directors
- §719(d): Joint report to Congress (with the CFTC) on study regarding stable value contracts
- §763: Adopt rules regarding the end-user exception to mandatory clearing of security-based swaps
- §763: Adopt anti-manipulation rules for security-based swaps
- §763: Adopt rules regarding the registration and regulation of security-based swap execution facilities
- §§763 and 764: Adopt capital, margin, and segregation requirements for security-based swap dealers and major security-based swap market participants
- §§763 and 766: Adopt certain additional rules, rule amendments, and guidance relating to regulatory reporting and public dissemination of security-based swaps
- §764: Adopt rules establishing recordkeeping, reporting, and notification requirements for security-based swap dealers and major security-based swap participants
- §764: Adopt rules regarding the registration and regulation of security-based swap dealers and major security-based swap participants
- §765: Adopt rules regarding conflicts of interest for clearing agencies, execution facilities, and exchanges involved in security-based swaps
- §165: Issue (in coordination with the Board of Governors and the FDIC) regulations regarding stress testing certain financial companies
- §205: Issue (jointly with the FDIC and after consultation with SIPC) rules to provide for the orderly liquidation of covered brokers and dealers
- §929X: Issue rules regarding public disclosure of information regarding short sales and, as the Commission deems appropriate, as otherwise necessary pursuant to this statute
- §956: Adopt rules (jointly with others) regarding disclosure of, and prohibitions of certain executive compensation structures and arrangements
- §913: Propose rules as may be appropriate, based on §913 study conducted on the obligations of brokers, dealers and investment advisers
- §919: Issue rules, as the Commission deems appropriate, designating documents or information that must be provided by a broker or dealer to a retail investor before the purchase of an investment product or service
- §921: Issue rules, as the Commission deems appropriate, addressing agreements that require customers or clients of any broker, dealer or investment adviser to arbitrate disputes arising under the Federal securities laws
- §951: Adopt rules regarding disclosure by institutional investment managers of votes on executive compensation
- §984: Propose and adopt rules designed to increase the transparency of information available to brokers, dealers, and investors, with respect to the loan or borrowing of securities
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This chart includes rulemaking and public reporting, and all section references are to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act unless otherwise indicated.
Activity is presented according to subject matter, and in the order of the section numbers of the Act to which the activity is related.
The chart does not include activity by the Chairman of the SEC as a member of the Financial Stability Oversight Council, or activities that are in furtherance of Congressional direction to meet, coordinate and/or consult with other organizations. Those activities are taking place, but are not reflected in this document.
The chart also does not include other activities that the SEC is required to perform (e.g., reviewing or examining aspects of certain entities, meeting with certain other organizations), unless those activities are required to be publicly reported.