Prof. Cox Quoted in Star Tribune and American Banker on Dodd-Frank Legislation

Professor Prentiss Cox was quoted in a Star Tribune article about legislation that would restrict the authority of the United States Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Cox stated that removing CFPB authority would occur only if there was “willful blindness” to the deficiencies in the financial regulatory system prior to the creation of the agency. Cox also was recently noted in an Amercian Banker article on the subject as a prominent co-signer of a letter by academics opposing the proposed changes to Dodd-Frank.