Financial regulatory work in the U.S. has been slower the last few years, in part due to the Trump administration rolling back rules and enforcement for banks enacted after the last financial crisis.

But partners representing banks say they’re now anticipating an uptick in work due to the economic turmoil and various credit and loan programs created during the pandemic. Meanwhile, the outcome of the next presidential election has the potential to create another practice swing.

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