Dodd-Frank regulators have missed 77% of deadlines so far

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(NYT) — Federal regulators, badly behind schedule for enforcing the Dodd-Frank financial regulatory overhaul, are now gradually stepping up their rule-writing efforts.

Since the huge law marked its one year anniversary on July 21, the Securities and Exchange Commission and several other financial regulators have completed 10 new rules. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wrapped up its first five regulations shortly after the agency formally opened its doors in late July, according to a new report by the law firm Davis Polk & Wardwell.

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