WASHINGTON -- A little more than two years after the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform bill was signed into law, a prominent Washington think tank has convened a broad range of policy experts to examine the law, to the extent that it has been implemented, and produce a substantive set of recommendations for lawmakers to consider as they mull updates to improve the financial regulatory landscape.

The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) on Thursday launched its Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative, an ambitious review of Dodd-Frank that aims to produce a series of white papers on various aspects of the law in 2013, leading up to a comprehensive report due out next fall.

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