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SIFMA Chairman Elect on Regulation Reform

John Taft, chariman elect for SIFMA, discusses the state of the proposed financial services regulation reform that is working its way through Washington in this video from CNBC.

John Taft, chariman elect for SIFMA, discusses the state of the proposed financial services regulation reform that is working its way through Washington in this video from CNBC. Taft is also CEO for RBC U.S. Wealth Management. Taft says the bill that came out of Congress is in really good shape, while the bill in the Senate needs some work because there isn't bipartisan support.

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John Taft, chariman elect for SIFMA, discusses the state of the proposed financial services regulation reform that is working its way through Washington in this video from CNBC. Greg MacSweeney is editorial director of InformationWeek Financial Services, whose brands include Wall Street & Technology, Bank Systems & Technology, Advanced Trading, and Insurance & Technology. View Full Bio

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