We released the “Fix, Add, Replace (FAR) Agenda” outlining the Center’s priorities for meaningful financial regulatory reform. The FAR agenda tackles specific provisions of Dodd-Frank that need to be fixed, such as margin rules for derivatives, either because they are not working as intended or because regulators have indicated they need additional guidance or legislation from Congress.  It also identified financial regulatory reform areas that were left unaddressed in Dodd Frank, such as improving coordination among regulators.  And, it identifies some areas that need to be replaced because they simply do not work – such as the Volker Rule.