Public Policy Roundup
ACG members met with SEC Chairman Jay Clayton, the Fed's vice chairman for supervision testified before Congress, and the Fed announced forthcoming reports.
ACG's public policy team looks at the likelihood that control of Congress will change in the midterms and what that would mean for the middle market.
A group of senators weighed in on proposed Volcker Rule changes, and initial guidance for the new Opportunity Zones program is slated for next week.
The House this week held hearings to explore challenges in manufacturing and address topics related to the SEC’s Division of Investment Management.
Two key bills recently passed through the House Financial Services Committee, and the SEC chairman clarified that agency staff guidance is not binding.