WASHINGTON — Even if lawmakers sign off as expected on a final regulatory reform bill before the July 4 recess, the battle over the legislation will just be a prologue to the longer and much more complicated fight over how the legislation will be implemented.
If conference negotiations produce a law similar to the Senate version of reform, the industry and regulators face a gargantuan task of enacting roughly 120 required rules, not to mention completing scores of mandated reports.
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