Wolters Kluwer Law & Business has introduced a QuickCharts tool that helps professionals keep up to date with new rule-making and regulations that arise from the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010.

Available as an add-on tool to online subscriptions of the CCH Federal Securities Law Reporter and the CCH Federal Banking Law Reporter, QuickCharts allow users to select and review key elements such as added, amended and repealed laws, effective dates and new agency guidance, opinions, rules and regulations. QuickCharts also include links to the underlying primary source material contained in the CCH Federal Banking Law Reporter or the CCH Federal Securities Law Reporter.

“As new regulations are proposed and adopted, QuickCharts will be continually updated to ensure users have the very latest information in this time-saving format,” said Wolters Kluwer Law & Business product manager Peggy Hayner in a statement.

QuickCharts provide professionals with links to full analysis of the Dodd-Frank Act; links to the full-text of the enacted law; links to laws added, amended or repealed; links to new rules, regulations and guidance; effective dates; results that may be exported to Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Word and also e-mailed; weekly updates; and highlighted updates (within the last 30, 60, 90 or 120 days as selected).

In addition, each provision covered in the Dodd-Frank Act is organized by topic with a full menu of sub-topics with full analysis.

For more information, visit http://onlinestore.cch.com.

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