ACG members prepare to gather in Washington, D.C., next week, and the SEC issues a set of rules on so-called “hedge clauses."
Lawmakers debated leveraged lending risks at a hearing earlier this week, and a top White House economic advisor has stepped down.
Congress announced it will hold a hearing to address leveraged lending risks, and the Office of Management and Budget released its biannual agenda.
New lawmakers and a changing political landscape present opportunities and challenges for the middle market, and will drive ACG's public policy agenda in 2019.
Leveraged lending continues to take center stage as lawmakers and regulators discussed easing Volker Rule restrictions. Meanwhile, architects of the original opportunity zone legislation consider an amendment to increase transparency.