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It is no secret that financial intermediaries are still struggling to adapt their business models to the heightened regulatory expectations stemming from the 2008 credit crisis. Banks in the United States have invested heavily in compliance and risk functions to meet time-sensitive Dodd Frank and Basel III deliverables that have garnered much media attention over the past several years. The annual stress-testing requirements for the nation’s largest banks (comprehensive capital analysis and review, or CCAR) and the restriction of proprietary trading activities (Volcker Rule) have been particularly impactful.

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