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WASHINGTON — Six years of work on the Financial Services Regulatory Relief Act culminated in its signing into law Oct. 13, but left financial services lobbyists hungry for more.

Though the legislation has now become the law of the land, lobbyists admit it is certainly not nearly all they had hoped it would be. An expansive piece of legislation overwhelmingly passed the House on a few occasions, but the Senate could only manage to cobble together a handful of lackluster provisions for each sector of the financial services industry that all could agree on.

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