Despite criticism during the presidential campaign of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, the Trump administration is unlikely to seek its wholesale repeal, although certain segments of it may be subject to significant change, experts say. Last week, President-elect Donald Trump's selection to lead the U.S. Treasury, Steven Mnuchin, and his commerce secretary nominee, Wilbur Ross, criticized the law as being too complicated and said it cuts bank lending.

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