Prof. Min@NASAA Conference
Professor David Min is a panelist at the North American Securities Administrators Association's annual conference, speaking on "Occupy Regulation."
Panel Description: In the more than two years since its passage, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act has sparked an intense national discussion over the impact of regulation on investor protection and economic growth. While the debate rages, many of the key provisions of Dodd-Frank have stalled in the rulemaking process, leaving many to ask whether Washington seeks to protect the interests of Wall Street or Main Street. A panel of securities experts and reform advocates will look at the progress and impediments facing the Dodd-Frank Act at its two year anniversary focusing on the fate of the Volcker Rule, the SEC’s long-awaited rule on fiduciary duty and the growing role of cost-benefit analysis in the Dodd-Frank rulemaking process.