Week InAdvance: July 6, 2015

The financial regulation legislation that Washington never seems to stop talking about will see another spike in discourse over the next couple of weeks as lawmakers and policy makers mark the Dodd-Frank Act's fifth anniversary. The partisan split over the 2010 law will be reflected in hearings in Congress. Treasurer Jack Lew will almost certainly present a different view on Wednesday when he discusses "Dodd-Frank at 5" at the Brookings Institution. Fed Governor Lael Brainard, who served in the Treasury Department before joining the central bank, is likely to echo Lew on Thursday when she speaks on the future of regulatory reform and implementation at a Bipartisan Policy Center event.

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