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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, March 13, 2017 Contact: Nick Jacobs, 202-618-6430 or njacobs@bettermarkets.com   STATEMENT ON FDIC VICE CHAIR HOENIG’S PROPOSAL ON BANK REGULATORY RELIEF AND ACCOUNTABILITY... Read More
Financial Reform Newsletter March 10, 2017 Better Markets vs. Wall Street:  The Real Battle Over Dodd Frank Will – Again – Be Fought Over Rules at the Regulatory Agencies; Following One of our... Read More
Financial Reform Newsletter March 2, 2017 The Oscars May Be Over, But We Have a Few Awards of Our Own We’d Like to Give Out, Jay Clayton Needs to Know That as SEC Chair His Only Client is the American People, Not... Read More
In December 2016, Better Markets president and CEO, Dennis Kelleher, detailed in an American Banker Op Ed “How Wells Fargo Proves It's Not a Wall Street Villain.”  We communicated these recommendations... Read More
Financial Reform Newsletter February 24, 2017 A Victory for America's Main Street Consumers Ripped Off By Financial Predators, An Updated DOL Best Interest Fiduciary Rule State of Play
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, February 16, 2017 Contact: Nick Jacobs, 202-618-6430 or njacobs@bettermarkets.com Washington, D.C. – Dennis M. Kelleher, president and CEO of Better Markets, today issued this... Read More
Financial Reform Newsletter February 16, 2017 Debunking Myths About Dodd-Frank That Wall Street Wants You to Believe, A Fearless Fighter Protecting the American People.
Financial Reform Newsletter February 10, 2017 A Huge Win for the American People as the DOL "Best Interest" Fiduciary Rule; Given His Embrace of All Things Wall Street, Trump's New Hat Should be "... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, February 10, 2017 Contact: Nick Jacobs, 202-618-6430 or njacobs@bettermarkets.com   Washington, D.C. – Dennis Kelleher, President and CEO of Better Markets, issued the following... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, February 8, 2017 Contact: Nick Jacobs, 202-618-6430 or njacobs@bettermarkets.com DOL’S “BEST INTEREST” FIDUCIARY RULE GOES 3 FOR 3: ANOTHER WIN FOR RETIREES OVER... Read More
Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the merits of putting former Goldman Sachs banker Gary Cohn in charge of US deregulation, Lloyds bank’s review of HBOS fraud customers, and Italian banking as UniCredit goes to the... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, February 3, 2017 Contact: Nick Jacobs, 202-618-6430 or njacobs@bettermarkets.com   Washington, D.C. – Dennis Kelleher, President and CEO of Better Markets, issued this statement... Read More
Financial Reform Newsletter - February 2, 2017 Super Bowl Super Crash?; The 2008 financial crash proved that there are massive dangers from too few rules.
Financial Reform Newsletter: January 27, 2017 Trump's financial de-regulation agenda makes another devastating crash almost certain & sooner rather than later
Financial Reform Newsletter: January 13, 2017 After Eight Years, DOJ and FBI Discover that People Commit Corporate Crimes, What DoddFrank Really Accomplished 
With confirmation hearings for Senator Jeff Sessions to be Attorney General set to begin, we offer five questions to ask during the hearings to discover just how carefully Senator Sessions intends to police the Wall Street... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, January 4, 2017 Contact: Nick Jacobs, 202-618-6430 or njacobs@bettermarkets.com Washington, D.C. – Dennis Kelleher, President and CEO of Better Markets, issued this statement... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, December 15, 2016 Contact: Nick Jacobs, 202-618-6430 or njacobs@bettermarkets.com   Washington, D.C. – Dennis Kelleher, President and CEO of Better Markets, issued this... Read More
"Since Wells Fargo's alleged crimes are so easy to understand by the public, the bank's executives and directors are all sitting ducks to shoulder the blame for general grievances with Wall Street's biggest... Read More
“I don’t think this is a political issue and it isn’t a partisan issue,” said Mr Weiss. “It is a question of the basic functioning of US debt markets.” Read the full Financial Times... Read More

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