AFR sent a letter to members of congress urging them to reject HR 3283, a bill that would exempt foreign affiliates of U.S. banks from all the major protections against derivative risks contained in Title VII of Dodd-Frank.
AFR sent a letter to members of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit asking that they reject HR 2081 and HR 1355, two bills that would cripple the CFPB.
AFR sent a letter to members of Congress asking that they oppose HR 3461, the “Financial Institutions Examinations Fairness and Reform Act.” This legislation would tilt the playing field further in the direction of industry interests and tie the hands of regulators attempting to protect the public interest.
Read our letter to members of Congress urging them to reject HR 1840, 2779, 2586, 2682, and 3527, a series of derivatives bills in the House Agriculture Committee that would severely weaken regulation.
Together with more than 200 national, state, and local organizations, AFR signed a letter urging the Senate to confirm Richard Cordray as Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB.)
AFR sent a letter to members of Congress opposing three pieces of legislation that would weaken derivatives regulations set in place by Dodd-Frank.
AFR sent a letter to members of the House Financial Services Committee asking that they oppose legislation in today’s Capital Markets Subcommittee hearing that would provide regulatory loopholes to big banks.
AFR sent a letter to the Senate opposing S. 1720, which would give big business veto power over any effective regulation.
AFR signed onto a letter with other business, consumer, and labor groups supporting full funding for the CFTC.
Read our letter opposing provisions within the FY 2012 Appropriations bill that would weaken the CFPB, hurt consumers, and the economy here.