Anyone who has tried to read the summer's Dodd-Frank financial regulation bill knows it was gigantic. As a result, it's pretty hard to summarize its incredible reach. But the Chamber of Commerce's Center for Capital Markets had a slick idea: why not put all the new rules in a picture? So that it's even more use friendly, they decided to make it interactive. Here's what it looks like below:

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Looking at it this way probably won't be so meaningful, so check it out on the Chamber's website. The functionality allows you to do a few things. First, you click on the various regulators to see which will be doing what work. Second, when you click on the individual bubbles, it tells you what the particular new rule requires.

Read and play with widget at the Chamber's Center for Capital Markets site.


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