Public Policy Roundup
The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas issued a warning on corporate debt levels and the House subcommittee on Diversity and Inclusion met.
The chair of the Senate Banking Committee wants to expand qualifiers for accredited investors and the head of the Federal Reserve talks to Congress.
An SEC rule change might allow companies to communicate with some investors before they go public, and Congress seeks exemptions for small M&A brokers.
The SEC issues a proposal to expand the amount of shares investor companies can hold, and the president and Congress work to prevent another shutdown.
The Financial Stability Board published an annual report on "shadow banking" and President Donald Trump gave his second State of the Union address.