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Better Markets sent this letter, including fact sheets, to members of the House Financial Services Committee ahead of a mark-up of several bills that gut financial reform, including threatening to eviscerate the Financial... Read More
Despite years of painstaking consultation with stakeholders and an historically unprecedented 163-day public comment period, members are reportedly being asked to sign a letter requesting that the Department of... Read More
Better Markets letter sent to Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairwoman Mary Jo White demanding that industry lawbreakers no longer serve on the Equity Market Structure Advisory Committee.
The Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) is the country’s only early warning system for systemic threats posed to our financial system and economy from nonbank financial firms. It is also the only entity that... Read More
Better Markets letter responding to the Senator's August 5 letter sent to the Department of Labor (DOL) regarding the proposed rule to put the best interests of Americans saving for retirement first.
Better Markets letter responding to the Senator's August 6 letter sent to the Department of Labor (DOL) regarding the proposed rule to put the best interests of Americans saving for retirement first.
Better Markets letter responding to the Senator's August 6 letter sent to the Department of Labor (DOL) regarding the proposed rule to put the best interests of Americans saving for retirement first.
Better Markets letter responding to the Senator's August 6 letter sent to the Department of Labor (DOL) regarding the proposed rule to put the best interests of Americans saving for retirement first.
Better Markets letter responding to the Senator's August 6 letter sent to the Department of Labor (DOL) regarding the proposed rule to put the best interests of Americans saving for retirement first.
Better Markets released an extensive Cost of the Crisis Report detailing how the 2008 financial crash and the economic catastrophe it caused will cost the United States more than $20 trillion. The Report was released the day... Read More

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