In their first presentations to analysts after the financial reform bill passed, some bank executives treated the landmark legislation like any other facet of business, sandwiching relevant cost estimates between the usual slides on capital ratios and credit losses.

Other executives, though, acknowledged the Dodd-Frank Act as they might a one-time item, offering a few minutes' discussion during conference calls reviewing the second quarter.

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