Biden unveils capital gains tax hike, an FDIC report touts PE's role after the 2008 financial crisis, and the SEC will discuss how to improve capital access for underrepresented investors.
Gensler is sworn in to lead the SEC, a former PE investor appointed to the Treasury's new climate post, and the federal government offers cash to investors mitigating climate change.
The SEC will have a new leader, an SEC official issues SPAC warning, and a lawmaker publishes thoughts on private equity's role in health care.
The multibillion-dollar collapse of a family office last week draws regulatory scrutiny, and a coalition of industry groups will begin pressuring Congress to break up Amazon.
With No Investor Input, Lawmakers Target PE’s Role in Health Care | Middle-Market Public Policy Roundup
Lawmakers call for more transparency from private equity-backed health care companies, agencies issue warning to real estate investors, and Biden proposes infrastructure spending bill.
The House is set to discuss the role of private equity in health care, senators introduce tax hike on CEO pay, and more.
Lawmakers continue to converge on tighter antitrust regulation, Congress proposes new anti-money laundering requirements on investors, and more.
Biden expects to name antitrust scholar to the FTC, which could provide opportunities for investors, a third COVID-19 relief bill heads to final approval, and the Fed continues PPP support.
Gensler Open to Using ‘All’ SEC Authorities to Increase PE Transparency | Middle-Market Public Policy Roundup
Biden's SEC pick says he's committed to increasing PE transparency, the SEC prepares for a meeting on SPACs, and the next stimulus package heads to the Senate.
An incoming Treasury deputy considers tougher PE regulation, a nomination hearing is set for Biden's SEC pick, and a report shows how private capital reached small businesses through the SBA.