The financial regulation passed towards the end of the financial crisis known as Dodd Frank has been one of the most controversial topics on Wall Street. The initial intention of the rule was essentially to assure that banks would not be highly leveraged and would not take on as great amounts of risks as they have in the past. Currently, there is much opposition to the rule on Wall Street and many believe that it has had more of a negative impact on the economy than positive. Well folks, I guess we will now begin to see the truth. A think tank has recently been created that will see research the performance of the overall economy and financial regulatory system after Dodd Frank. The BiPartisan Policy Center (BPC) announced this during the announcement of its new Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative. This think tank will now be focusing on what aspects of the “recent” regulation of Dodd Frank is working well and what aspects need major improvement. The goal is for the BPC to “propose concrete and actionable recommendations for incremental changes to the legislation, as well as more substantive reforms to fill the gaps left from Dodd-Frank”.