WASHINGTON — Nearly three years since the financial crisis began, lawmakers appear consumed again with a very precrisis topic: Is overregulation driving financial institutions overseas?
Lawmakers at a House Financial Services Committee hearing Thursday peppered regulators with that question and said requirements of the Dodd-Frank Act, combined with tougher international capital and liquidity rules, may damage U.S. standing as a global financial leader.
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