Compliance is the new black—it's fashionable and über-ubiquitous. And it's the focus of Bank Investment Consultant this month. The major compliance issue of the day, obviously, is the saga of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which we chronicle once again in "Outlook." But for our cover story, we focused on the lesser-known aspects of Dodd-Frank that affect community banks.

Those smaller banks feel as if they're guilty by association. That is, unfairly lumped in with the larger banks and shouldering too much of the burden from the new rules. But some good came of Dodd-Frank too. Freelance writer Michelle Lodge details it all in the "The Good, The Bad and the Uncertain."

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