Read our letter to members of Congress calling for an increase in funding to the SEC and the CFTC to provide them with the necessary resources and capabilities to implement Dodd-Frank and allow financial reform to become a reality. Dear Member of Congress, As Congress
David A. Stawick, Secretary U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission Three Lafayette Centre 1155 21st Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20581 Elizabeth M. Murphy, Secretary U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 100 F Street, N.E. Washington, D.C. 20549 Re: Interpretation of the Definition of “Commercial Risk” Dear Mr.
June 16, 2010 To Members of the H.R. 4173 Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010 Conference Committee Washington, DC 20510 Re: Support Statutory Guidelines on Bank Debt and Capital Dear Conferee: The over 250 consumer, employee, investor, community, small business and civil rights groups
BanksterUSA.org’s Mary Bottari has posted a new blog entry about Goldman Sachs and the recent civil fraud charges filed by the SEC. She says: One of the most salient analogies of the financial meltdown was offered by Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission chair Phil Angelides when
For Immediate Release April 16, 2010 Washington, DC – Americans for Financial Reform issued the following statement regarding the S.E.C. suit accusing Goldman Sachs of fraud on mortgage deals. Heather Booth, Director, Americans for Financial Reform: “The SEC investigation into Goldman Sachs is a major event