Why the lack of urgency? Without reading the FCIC report from top to bottom, three financial regulatory lawyers tell The Am Law Daily, one thing is certain: Thanks to Dodd-Frank, the FCIC opus is unlikely to result in the further regulation of financial products and players.

With regards to new rules and supervision of financial players and products, “the train’s already left the station,” says Margaret Tahyar, a Davis Polk & Wardwell financial institutions group partner.

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