Join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness (CCMC) on Tuesday, March 5, for a breakfast discussion on the role of insurance investments in the U.S. economy.
FinTech: Peeling Back the Layers
Examining Developments and Looking Forward
FinTech: Peeling Back the Layers
Discussion with SEC Commissioner Mike Piwowar
Join CCMC at the 12th Annual Capital Markets Summit to discuss Washington’s renewed efforts to create the best financial regulatory system for businesses, consumers, and investors alike.
In conjunction with IMF-World Bank spring meetings, the second annual Global Finance Forum will feature remarks and armchair chats with leading U.S. and European policymakers.
Join the U.S. Chamber's Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness on Monday, March 26, for a discussion featuring Bill Dudley, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Since last November, the new CFPB Leadership has been making improvements, and is rapidly issuing requests for information on how to transform the Bureau into a mature agency.
On March 1, join CCMC to hear CFPB Acting Director Mick Mulvaney and Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon discuss the small business lending landscape.
On Monday, November 13, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness (CCMC) will host an event to discuss the state of small business lending, and address proposals to restore this key engine of U.S. economic growth.
Join Nasdaq, the U.S. Chamber, and NIRI for a webinar on H.R. 4015, Corporate Governance Reform and Transparency Act, which was recently reintroduced by Congressman Sean Duffy.
Join the U.S. Chamber's Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness (CCMC) on Tuesday, September 19 for a breakfast event that will discuss developments and issues that arose during the 2017 proxy season and what could be in store for the next proxy season and beyond.
Please join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, September 7, for an interactive discussion on the Department of Labor's (DOL) Fiduciary Duty Rule.
Please join the U.S. Chamber's Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness (CCMC) on Wednesday, July 26, for a conversation featuring newly confirmed U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton. Chairman Clayton will discuss his first three months at the SEC and possible priorities for the future.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) finalized the long-anticipated rule to effectively prohibit class action waivers in consumer financial services contracts. The Bureau's actions come at a time when it's constitutionality is being questioned in the courts, and both Congress and the administration are opposed to its tactics.
An important provision in Title IX of the Financial CHOICE Act repeals Section 619 of Dodd–Frank, otherwise known as the Volcker Rule. The rule’s original intent was to prohibit banks from engaging in what’s known as proprietary trading – that is, making risky investments solely for their own profit. Experts disagree over the impacts of the rule, and it’s a subject of debate as the House Financial Services Committee considers the measure.
In conjunction with IMF-World Bank spring meetings, this open-press capital markets forum will feature armchair conversations with leading policymakers from the EU and U.S. and a panel discussion with event partners.
American companies depend on a robust financial services sector at every stage of development and growth. The challenges businesses face, from opening their doors to expanding and managing risk, require different financial tools and resources. Join CCMC at the 11th Annual Capital Markets Summit: Financing American Business to learn about the financing needs of companies of all sizes and how the current regulatory system is hampering their ability to operate and grow.
The Financial Data Summit is Washington’s premier policymaker gathering focused on the modernization of financial regulatory reporting through data technology. By replacing document-based reports with open and structured data, regulators can reduce compliance costs for businesses, deliver instant insights to investors and markets, and improve their own analytics.