La Autoridad de Liquidación Ordenada de la Ley Dodd-Frank: una compañía de financiamiento puente
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agencias reguladoras financieras
Ley Dodd-Frank de Reforma de Wall Street y de Protección al Consumidor

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Cruz-MartínezD. Y. (2019). La Autoridad de Liquidación Ordenada de la Ley Dodd-Frank: una compañía de financiamiento puente. Fórum Empresarial, 24(1), 23-54. https://doi.org/10.33801/fe.v24i1.17229

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Los objetivos principales de este artículo son presentar la relación y como se manejó la situación financiera entre el gobierno federal de Estados Unidos, las agencias reguladoras financieras durante la situación financiera para el 2007-2009. Además, este artículo evalúa la sección 210(h) del la Ley Dodd-Frank de Reforma de Wall Street y de Protección al Consumidor (también conocida como Dodd-Frank) y la compañía financiera en uso previo al proceso de Auto- ridad de Liquidación Ordenada.
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