Americans for Financial Reform appeared in this Roll Call article. Excerpt: Consumer advocates are counting on Dodd to help push back on industry’s attempt to narrow reform. Groups such as Americans for Financial Reform have already started reaching out to the Banking panel’s staff to
By Michaelangelo Conte/The Jersey Journal November 06, 2009, 4:00PM Members of New Jersey Citizen Action picketed in Jersey City outside the Exchange Place offices of AIG today protesting bonuses already paid and those promised to workers at the company that was central to the financial
Unions, Activists Unite on Reforms By Anna Palmer Roll Call Staff Nov. 4, 2009, 12 a.m. Watch out, banking lobbyists. Americans for Financial Reform believes it has your number.
By Jennifer Liberto. Excerpt: WASHINGTON (CNNMoney.com) — As Congress starts debating how to deal with financial firms deemed “too big too fail,” some lawmakers and advocates are worried about giving the executive branch expansive new powers over the financial sector. “Mr. Secretary, I’m not a
Americans for Financial Reform was mentioned in this article from Reuters. Excerpt: An umbrella group of consumer, community and civil rights groups, Americans for Financial Reform, said there was broad support for the proposed Consumer Financial Protection Agency and to regulate financial derivatives. The group
Jim Hightower: Bank fees are more outrageous than ever before Excerpt: How’s this for gratitude? Wall Street bankers, whom we’ve propped up with a $12 trillion bailout, are quietly slipping offensive little notes into your and my monthly credit card bills and bank statements. The
Press coverage of AFR launch 18 June 2009 The Hill Lobbyists dig in as Obama pushes financial overhaul By Silla Brush Posted: 06/16/09 07:27 PM [ET]http://thehill.com/business–lobby/lobbyists-dig-in-as-obama-pushes-financial-overhaul-2009-06-16.html The Obama administration on Wednesday will unveil its wide-ranging proposal to remake the financial regulatory system, but lobbyists across
Watch NCRC’s C.O.O. Jim Carr discuss the politics of financial services reform and the launch of AFR in an interview with Bloomberg.