With the stroke of a pen, President Donald Trump enacted a regulatory relief bill on Thursday, a law that will make the most significant changes to the Dodd-Frank Act since it passed in 2010. 

For much of the media, the focus has been on the law's biggest measure, a provision that would raise the "systemically important financial institution" threshold for banks to $250 billion from $50 billion.

Most of the bill, however, is aimed not at helping those large regional banks, but banks and credit unions with less than $10 billion of assets. Those provisions, which are far less controversial, have received much less press. But they may total up to a big impact for community banks. 

From tackling qualified mortgages to capital rules to the Volcker Rule, there are several measures of the law that may make a sizable difference. American Banker takes a look at nine provisions of the new law that will help small banks. 

Read more in American Banker.