United States Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs
Conservatives and banks are actually afraid of a non-captured regulator who knows the secrets of the financial sector.
The same year FINRA was lobbying the Senate on a bill, one of its board governors paid Perdue $1.8 million for his D.C. townhouse.
The Treasury Secretary argued that the funds should instead be used to help small businesses and unemployed workers.
Scott Garrett says he wants to run the Export-Import Bank. But he once wanted to shutter it.
With this choice, the president opted against a radical break with the status quo.
The mascot's appearance was intended to raise awareness of forced arbitration.
The new rule bars financial companies from blocking consumers who wish to file class-action lawsuits.
A Wall Street bailout lawyer will be running the SEC.