Who are lobbyists meeting?

The sweeping Dodd-Frank financial reform law was enacted by Congress last summer after the U.S. banking crisis and housing collapse of 2007-08.

But it left the details to more than a half-dozen agencies which are now drafting rules to regulate the multi-trillion-dollar derivatives market, set bank capital standards, designate systemically-important financial institutions, encourage whistleblowers, track credit rating agencies’ accuracy, and launch the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

These agencies post short summaries of their contacts with lobbyists: