GAO directed to review regulatory ‘gaps’ at consumer credit rating agencies

From: Inside Cybersecurity

The massive Dodd-Frank rollback bill recently signed into law includes a provision requiring the Government Accountability Office to study “gaps” in the legal and regulatory structure overseeing consumer credit rating agencies like Equifax, a step short of legislation proposed in the House that would require designation of a federal agency to supervise such firms.

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