AFR along with Campaign for a Fair Settlement, ESOP, National Community Reinvestment Coalition, and New Bottom Line hosted a conference to discuss principal reduction.
AFR held a conference call briefing on the financial industry support for financial speculation taxes. Click here to see a summary of the discussion, read a letter from more than 50 financial professionals showing their support for the tax, and listen to the audio from the call.
PRINCIPAL REDUCTION AND THE ECONOMY June 28, 2012 2:00 – 5:00 PM Economic Policy Institute, 1333 H Street NW, Washington DC Presented By: Americans for Financial Reform Space is limited, please RSVP to AFRPrincipalReduction@gmail.com According to recent estimates, almost a third of U.S.
AFR sent a letter to the hill urging members of Congress to oppose the House Appropriations Committee’s proposal to cut sorely needed funding for the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC.)
A group of about 50 financial professionals today released a letter in support of speculation taxes on financial transactions.
Conference Call Briefing Financial Industry Support for Financial Speculation Taxes Financial professionals will discuss how transaction taxes would help put the brakes on Wall Street’s speed demons Thursday, June 21, 10:00am EDT Listen to the recording of the call here. Washington, DC – Americans for
Read our letter opposing the House Appropriations Committee’s proposal to eliminate the budgetary independence of the CFPB.
AFR Release: Advocates Applaud Consumer Bureau’s New Credit Card Complaint Database Disclosure Policy
For Immediate Release: Contact: Ruth Susswein (301) 718 -2511 firstname.lastname@example.org Ed Mierzwinski (202) 461-3821 email@example.com Advocates Applaud Consumer Bureau’s New Credit Card Complaint Database Disclosure Policy New database will empower cardholders and hold financial companies accountable Consumer, civil rights and open government groups, all
Conference Call Briefing Financial Industry Support for Financial Speculation Taxes Financial professionals will discuss how transaction taxes would help put the brakes on Wall Street’s speed demons Thursday, June 21, 10:00am EDT Washington, DC – Americans for Financial Reform will co-host a
AFR Statement: Senate Appropriations Committee Approves Increased Appropriations for the CFTC and SEC
AFR released a statement applauding the Senate Appropriations Committee’s approval of sorely needed increases in funding for the CFTC and for the SEC.