The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness released its "Fix, Add, Replace Agenda" report, outlining what's wrong with Dodd-Frank from a regulatory reform perspective.

"Before the financial crisis, we called for fundamental regulatory reform of financial markets so American businesses could compete in a 21st century global economy," said David Hirschmann, president and CEO of CCMC.

He added, "Dodd-Frank does not accomplish that goal. We believe that while there are disagreements about particular policy choices, the fundamental conclusion that our financial regulatory structure is still far from effective is widely supported.  We must get financial regulatory reform right."

Click here to access the full report.