WASHINGTON — John Bowman, the acting director of the Office of Thrift Supervision, lashed out Wednesday at the Dodd-Frank Act, arguing it made his agency the scapegoat for the financial crisis and could spell doom for the thrift charter.

In a speech in Tokyo, Bowman questioned the effectiveness of the regulatory reform law, suggesting it is overly burdensome and was the result of too many political compromises.

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