U.S. Chamber of Commerce Releases New Report on Economic Impact of Restrictions, Liabilities, and Tax Increases on the Private Funds Industry
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S.
The Center's mission is simple: foster investment and growth in the U.S. economy and ensure the long-term viability and health of our capital markets.
Over the last 50 years, the U.S. capital markets have been the most attractive and best performing in the world, and this has provided the United States with tremendous economic advantages.
Unfortunately, more than three years after the enactment of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, companies and markets face an environment with changing rules, shifting advice, new layers of cost, and duplicative compliance and bureaucracy.
This Hill letter was sent to Representative Bryan Steil, supporting his bill, H.R. 4918, the "Helping Startups Continue to Grow Act."
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Chamber commends the SEC on today’s long overdue proposed regulatory action on proxy advisory firm and shareholder reforms. These proposals will both ensure investors will have access to transparent and unconflicted proxy advice as well as improve the proxy submission process that has not been updated in over 50 years.
The Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness (CCMC) recently released a new report, “Insurance Capital Standards and the Aggregation Method,” that analyzes an approach for measuring capital at the group level for insurance firms that would be an alternative to the standard being advanced by the IAIS. This alternative approach, the aggregation method, is being constructed on the principle that regulatory standards should reflect local, social, and economic risks.
Suzanne Clark provides the opening keynote address and details how the Chamber will lead a new Initiative called Project GO.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is launching the Project for Growth and Opportunity, or Project GO, an initiative that pairs business best practices with reasonable policy prescriptions to help address socio-economic concerns.
The Project for Growth and Opportunity will begin by addressing board diversity, expanding investment opportunities, and encouraging environmental, social, and governance disclosures
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S.
There is little doubt that investors are better off today than they were before the rule was finalized and went into force.