Asset management executives should have no illusion about the direction Sen. Barack Obama would take financial services policy if he were elected president.

The presumptive Democratic nominee backs a detailed list of programs aimed at protecting consumers and clamping down on lending practices, from an interest rate cap on high-cost loans to a foreclosure prevention fund paid for by lenders.

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