Anything that existed in 1998, when the ceiling was established, See the Understanding below as well as the Annex on Financial Services- a companion document that has a lot of bearing on Social Security and Medicare…
Here is the Understanding and its standstill and associated - need to read it.
(see under standstill?)
its possible they might be able to bring back, unless its been deregulated since then. Kind of circular logic. 1998 is a ceiling for FS regulation. (Thats very bad for health insurance, thats for sure) So ACA, Dodd-Frank, Sarbanes-Oxley all are under a cloud… thats my understanding of it.
In 2010 they were able to have an emergency response and they probably created some temporary FS regulations in response to it many countries did, but they are supposed to be limited. In 2016 or 2017?(?) in Huangzou (sp) at the G20 meeting countries pledged to end the temporary FS REregulation, the protectionist measures they enacted in 2010, in the wake of the crisis, soon.
You seem like somebody who could use some of the stuff Ive found much better than I could. I have tons of links on my web site to stuff about financial services deregulation in various contexts. Little of it seems to be known here.
For example, what do you make of this story?
the important missing part of the story above, which was mentioned but is only provided in another document, and not pointed out, maybe out of politeness, let me do that for you here and now…
This was filed in late February 1998.
the line I want to direct you to is at the end, of the specific committments additional paper, supplement 3 the line about reforming the Glass-Steagall-Act the next year.
Also read this, its a good discussion of the implications of some of this for us but predates the crisis…